The Athlone man has nailed down the number 10 shirt in recent seasons.
Jack Carty says he’s committing to a Connacht team capable of challenging for silverware.
The out-half has signed a new three-year deal with the province.
Connacht will remain at the Sportsground until 2025.
Speaking to Connacht's official website about the deal, Carty said:
I’m so thankful and grateful to be able to represent my home province for another 3 years. The last 6 months have easily been the most enjoyable part of my career, and in that time I feel I’ve matured as a player, leader and person.
The staff and my teammates have been incredible and create an environment where you can feel yourself growing daily. It’s easy to stay motivated because of them, even on a wet and windy day training in Galway! The club is represented by people from every pocket of Connacht, Ireland and beyond, but everyone is incredibly proud in representing Connacht and the West.
From speaking to Willie about the plans for the future, along with seeing first-hand the work of Friendy and the coaches, I’m excited about what lies ahead. A special thanks to Friendy who goes above and beyond for his players. There is no doubt that this club and squad are in a position to challenge for silverware. I can’t wait to see where the journey takes us over the coming years and I’d like to thank Keith Matthew for his help and guidance. Along with that, I hope to add to my international caps.
Most importantly, I want to thank my family, friends and loved ones especially Mum, Dad, my sisters Aoife and Deirdre, my brothers Ben and Luke, my brother-in-law Donie and my niece and nephew Juliette and Ted for all the support and love.”
Head Coach Andy Friend added:
“This is brilliant news for everyone associated with Connacht. Jack is a top-class international out-half and a crucial player for our squad.
He has an incredible skillset and excellent game management. He is therefore an extremely important person for us in how we want to play the game.
Jack has also grown as a leader within our group. He has recently earned the right to be our matchday captain which is testament to his leadership qualities.
Jack is a very proud Connacht man and loves representing his club, school, province & country. I’m really excited to see him going from strength to strength and committing to us for another next three years.”