Find of the season, Tom James, has been voted the Principality Building Society's Premiership Player of the Month for October.
The 19-year-old former Rhymney (Gwent) Comprehensive School student has hit the headlines since giving up a promising future as an 800 and 1500 metres runner to concentrate on rugby.
Having played for Merthyr in the second half of last season he joined the Blue & Blacks in July 2006 and has regularly hit the headlines.
Having been voted Player of thee Tournament at the Selkirk Sevens in August and then scoring a try on his full debut in the pre-season friendly against Bridgwater & Albion, he has played at centre or wing in every one of Cardiff's nine Principality Premiership fixtures to date. His 11 tries in the competition include hat-tricks against Aberavon and Cross Keys and another touchdown followed in his regional debut as a replacement for Cardiff Blues against Edinburgh Rugby last week.
Having already been called up to the Wales under-20 squad, James now receives the considerable accolade of Player of the Month from the Premiership's sponsors, the Principality Building Society.
It's game day as Cardiff Blues and Benetton Treviso go head-to-head in the Guinness PRO12 tonight (Friday) at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park (kick-off 7.35pm) - and you can still be part of the big match action!
Cardiff Blues Supporters Club (CBSC) joined forces with Aberdare RFC to hold a Balloon Race fundraiser for Owen Williams on Sunday (November 9). The day coincided with a mini rugby tournament and 1,000 balloons were sold to raise money for Owen's fund.