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Tony Smith has signed a new contract with Warrington.

Tony Smith signs new Warrington contract

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Former England boss Tony Smith, Super League's longest-serving coach, has signed a new deal that will keep him at Warrington until the end of 2018.

The 49-year-old Australian, who has been coaching in Super League since 2000, was out of contract with the current Super League leaders at the end of the season but has signed a two-year extension, the Wolves have announced.

Smith said: "I'm delighted and excited about the upcoming two years. I think we have been a good fit for each other as coach and club and it's the ambition of this club that has kept me here."

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