Briers CommitsWolves stand off Lee Briers, 24 has signed a contract extension of 3 years keeping him at the Wolves until the end of 2005. Lee has made 23 appearances so far this season scoring 8 tries, 57 goals, 9 drop goals (155 points), a massing a Warrington career of 1061 points to date. The Great Britain and Welsh international broke the 1,000 points barrier back in May against St Helens joining the Wolves Greats of Brian Bevan, Steve Hesford, Harry Bath and Jackie Fish.Lee joined the Wolves in 1997 from neighbours St. Helens for a fee of ú55,000, and has featured at international and county level having been selected for the Lancashire Origin squad in 2001 and 2002.Lee Briers confirmed is decision to stay with the Wolves for a further 3 years, "Exciting times at the Wolves to come under the new coach and with the stadium in the horizon and I have enjoyed playing my rugby with the club. They are a good bunch of lads here and hopefully I can lead them into good times.Head Coach, Paul Cullen commented, "The club is delighted that Lee has committed himself to the Wolves for the next three years and it shows that he accepts the responsibility that goes along with it."
16, Aug, 2002