Welsh international lock, Cory Hill, signed a deal with Cardiff Blues ahead of the 2020/21 campaign - making a return to his home region after seven years away.
Having come through the ranks at Wales' Capital Region, Hill signed for Moseley, where he played alongside Cardiff Blues team-mate Olly Robinson.
His stay at the English club was short, as he returned to Wales to sign for Dragons, where he would establish himself as one of Wales' finest locks which paved his way into Warren Gatland's plans on the international stage.
Since his debut against Australia in 2016, Hill has gone on to win 25 caps and his highlight in the red jersey includes captaining the side against Argentina and scoring a decisive try in the 2019 Six Nations win over England.
The 28 year old was also a mid-tour call-up for the British & Irish Lions in 2017 - alongside Kristian Dacey.