Grand Slam winner Tomos Williams celebrated another huge achievement this week after signing a new contract at the Cardiff Blues.
The scrum-half, who scored the try that kicked off the comeback in Paris on the opening night of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations, becomes the latest player to ink new terms at the Arms Park.
Fellow Grand Slam winners Josh Navidi and Josh Adams have both signed up for next season with the Blues.
And Williams – who missed the rest of the Championship with an calf injury after his efforts in Paris – is excited to join them.
He said: “I’m really happy to sign a new deal at the Blues. This is my home region and I am really happy here.
“We have a good squad, with a lot of young, exciting players that I have come through the ranks with and are now very good friends.
“Now I am just looking forward to some massive games in the remainder of our season and hopefully helping the Blues reach the PRO14 play-offs.”
Williams made his Wales bow last summer and Cardiff Blues head coach John Mulvihill believes he has a massive future in the game.
He said: “Tomos is another local, exciting player to come through our pathway and is the best attacking scrum-half in Wales.
“He’s incredibly competitive and an important attacking and defensive spark for us. He has produced big moments in big games.
“The competition between Tomos, Lloyd Williams and Lewis Jones is really positive and brings the best out of all three players.”