Former Cardiff Blues Captain Rhys Williams will make his comeback for the Blues when they take on Glamorgan Wanderers at the Memorial Ground tomorrow night, 7.15pm kick off.
Williams who has been capped 44 times by Wales, and was part of the 2005 Grand Slam squad, hasn't played for the Blues since suffering a dislocated knee cap playing against Glasgow Warriors last November.
The match gives a chance for many players to put their hands up for selection ahead of the Cardiff Blues big Heineken Cup matches in December.
Tickets for the friendly mach are available priced £1 for under 16's and £5 for adults, and can be purchased on the night.
Glamorgan Wanderers v Cardiff Blues
Tuesday 18 November 7.15pm kick off
Tickets £1 for under 16's £5 adults - payable on the night
The Memorial Ground is located on Stirling Road, Ely, Cardiff.
15 Rhys Williams
14 Gareth Thomas
13 Jamie Robinson
12 Dafydd Hewitt
11 Chris Czekaj
10 Ceri Sweeney
9 Richard Rees
8 Mark Lewis
7 Ben White
6 Damion Welch
5 Scott Morgan
4 Deiniol Jones
3 Taufa'ao Filie
2 T Rhys Thoms
1 Scott Roberts
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