Dragons prop Brok Harris has extended his contract at the Guinness PRO14 club.

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South African-born Harris joined the Welsh region in 2014 after playing for Super Rugby side Stormers and Western Province in the Currie Cup.

The 34-year-old has made 120 appearances for the Dragons.

“I’m excited and happy to sign the contract extension,” Harris told the official Dragons website.

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“We’re building something at the Dragons and I want to be part of the group that helps the region grow.

“Working under (director of rugby) Dean Ryan has been good. He didn’t come in and change everything overnight, but with his experience and knowledge, we’re making some progress.”

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Harris played for Super Rugby side Stormers and represented Western Province in the Currie Cup before moving to Wales.

The front row ace made his 100th appearance for Dragons when he lined up against Clermont Auvergne in the European Challenge Cup last season.

Director of Dragons Rugby, Ryan, said: “Brok’s performance levels are always consistent which marks him out as a leader.

“He’s a good role model for our younger players and is helping them with their development too.”

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Harris follows back row Ollie Griffiths and scrumhalf Rhodri Williams in signing new terms with Dragons, with six young Academy products having also renewed their contracts earlier this season.

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