The provisional Cardiff and Vale Junior District Squads have been selected at Under 12, Under 13 and Under 14 levels.
Further squad news on other Districts in the Blues region will be posted on cardiffblues.com as soon as the selections are made.
UNDER 12s Richard Osmond, Dan Pike, Owen Lane, Joshua Moore, Kristion Ions, Tom Mabley, Sam Randall, Rhys Goggs, Tom Russell, Alex Christmas, Jacob Parker, Aled Ward, Tom Troman, Callum Bricknell, Morgan Louche, Ben Jones, Cameron Escott, Callum Chambers, Tyron Lavinaro Sol Khan, Deklan Grotz, Kieron Carlson, Michael Wallis, Ryan Newton, Sam Newton
UNDER 13s Andrew De Torres, Rhys Tyler, Terri Morgan-Gee, Cameron James, Connor Kinder, Will Haines, Sydney Blackmore, Jerry Casserly, Luke Fish, Sam Brinkworth, Josh Paine, Liam Free, David Evans, Gengiz Ziyaeddin, Michael Silva, Owen Rees, Che Pomphrey, Aaron Canter, Jack Newman, Callum Francis, Nicky Griffiths, Dan Holder, Harry Dowell-Bennett, Adam Dix, Thomas Higgins, Joshua Frost, Will Brinkley
UNDER 14s George Connelly, Daniel Owen, Ellis Wyn-Benham, Tyler Williams, Michael Hale, Morgan Gristock, Bradley Mais, Lewis Kirk, Joe Williams, Matthew Edwards, Lewis Marshall, Callum Sheedy, Josh Thomas, Robert Lewis, Jordan Viggers, Jack Beere, Jack Marshall, Adam Champ, Richards Singer, Jonathan Tann, Rory Bartle, Shane Young, Dale Smith, Lewis Pearce, Camden Benwha, Ben Coomer, Dafydd Phillips, Harry Roberts, Sam Owen
Your Christmas starts here! The countdown is on to the festive season as we face our last Guinness PRO12 fixture at home this year when we entertain league leaders Connacht Rugby at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park - and you can be part of the big match action!
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Cardiff Blues suffered a first defeat of the season in the European Rugby Challenge Cup as a second half burst of tries from Harlequins saw the English side claim victory at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park.