Emiliano Boffelli and Marcos Kremer are among a group of four Argentina players to commit their long-term future to Jaguares.
Back-row forward Kremer and Boffelli, with 15 and 14 Pumas caps respectively, are the most experienced players in the quartet.
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Compromiso con el futuro.
— UnionArgentinaRugby (@unionargentina) August 3, 2018
Delguy and Ezcurra have made just four senior international appearances between them, but securing the services of four promising players represents an important achievement for Argentina’s lone Super Rugby franchise, Jaguares having qualified for the playoffs for the first time this season in three attempts, before losing to the Lions.
Bofelli said in a statement: “Obviously, I thought about it and thought about it, but I put in the balance – about my future – to continue here, in Argentine rugby, to play at home. I am very happy to have made this decision at this time in my career.”
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