Cardiff Blues have added another season’s exciting rear line with all the signing of Wales wing Hallam Amos.
Amos, 24, unites the Blues after eight seasons with an Dragons throughout which he made over 100 appearances and won 19 international caps.
Amos unites fellow Wales wing Josh Adams at the region in the summer.
“I am getting to the stage of my livelihood, especially with my degree nearing its end, where I will benefit from a fresh atmosphere,” said Amos.
“I’ve been active from the Dragons set up for a long time and I am quite thankful to them for giving me my first opportunity being an expert.
“They’ve been brilliant in allowing me to unite rugby and my medical studies and I shall leave Rodney Parade with lifelong pals.
“My decision to leave would be not any indication of what’s being assembled at the Dragons, since the way the region is moving is positive.”
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Amos said he likes playing with at the Arms Park and is awaiting contest to places that he hopes will”allow me to take my game to another level”.
“It is this type of robust area and I have already played with the likes of Matthew Morgan, Jason Harries and Aled Summerhill, while I understand Owen Lane,” he explained.
Blues head coach John Mulvihill said:”Hallam is a hugely impressive man and quite a talented wing along with fullback who will thrive within our competitive environment.
“It gives us real advantage and thickness and a competitive advantage within our trunk three. The registering of Josh Adams and now Hallam will strengthen and complement our exciting three.”
Dragons head coach Ceri Jones said Amos was”a wonderful servant”.
“We hope Hallam gets his chance to shine for Wales in Japan.”