Wales international Tomos Williams has signed up a new Cardiff Blues contract.
The 24-year-old Scrumhalf follows Jarrod Evans, Josh Navidi, Kristian Dacey and also Willis Halaholo in consenting to stay at the Arms Park.
The Blues have also signed Josh Adams from Worcester Warriors along with Hallam Amos in Dragons.
Williams started for Wales in their 23-19 win against France in February, however a calf injury kept him out from the remaining of their Grand Slam effort.
It had been Williams’ try – from the break from Adams – that started Wales’ come back once they trailed 16-0 at halftime, and was his third touchdown in seven looks.
“That is my home region and I am very happy here,” Williams said.
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“We have a fantastic squad, with a lot of young, exciting players I attended through the rankings together and are now great friends.
“I am just looking forward to some enormous games in the remainder of our life and hopefully helping the Blues reach the Pro14 play offs.”
Head coach John Mulvihill recognized the deal with Williams, who’s made 81 looks for the Blues since his introduction in 2013.
“Tomos is another local, exciting player to come throughout our ecosystem and could be your best attacking scrumhalf in Wales,” he said.
“He’s a significant killing and killing spark for us. He has produced big minutes in big games.
“He would like to become the numberone scrumhalf perhaps maybe not at Cardiff Blues however Wales, which appetite and competitiveness is a fantastic asset.
“The competition between Tomos, Lloyd Williams and Lewis Jones is indeed positive and brings the best out of three players”
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