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England star Jason Robinson has signed a new three-year contract that will see him finish his rugby union career with Sale Sharks.
And Robinson's England colleague, back-row forward Chris Jones, has agreed a three-year deal in a major double coup for Sharks' new rugby director Philippe Saint-Andre.
Robinson joined Sale from Wigan in 2000, switching to the union code following an outstanding league career when he scored 184 tries in 302 games and also won Great Britain honours.
But his stint in the union game has proved just as spectacular, scoring England's try during the World Cup final victory over Australia last November and starring for the Lions on their 2001 tour Down Under.