English champions Harlequins have announced that two of their exciting, young tighthead prop forwards have committed themselves to the Stoop.
Will Collier and Kyle Sinckler have signed contract extensions that will keep them with the club until the end of the 2014/15 Aviva Premiership season.
21-year-old Collier learned his rugby at Cranleigh School in Surrey before joining the Harlequins Academy in 2008. The Hammersmith-born prop forward has represented England at U16 and U18 levels and was a member of the U20 team that qualified for the Junior World Cup final in 2011.
19-year-old Sinckler began playing rugby at Battersea Ironsides RFC and represented South-East London at U16 and U18 levels before joining the club's Academy. He has also represented England at U16, U18 and last season at U20 level for the Six Nations and Junior World Championships.
Both players have already made their senior debuts for the club.
"I am absolutely delighted that Will and Kyle have re-signed. Both have already had exposure in the first XV and I have no doubt that over the coming seasons both players will make a great impact in the Premiership," said Harlequins head coach, John Kingston.
"Their development through the club's Academy is once again proof of Harlequins' considerable ability to nurture young English talent."