Wales international prop Rhodri Jones will become a Dragon after signing a deal to move to Rodney Parade on a long-term contract.
Jones – capped 21 times by his country – will join the Men of Gwent from Ospreys and follows Bradley Roberts and JJ Hanrahan in agreeing terms to move to the region from next season.
The 30-year-old loosehead – who stands 6ft 3in tall and weighs 18st 3lb – made his Wales debut in 2012 and adds more valuable experience to the squad being assembled at Dragons for next season.
Dean Ryan, Director of Dragons Rugby, said: “We really pleased that Rhodri joins us from next season as he will give depth to the squad we are building and really strengthen our front row options.”
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SIGNED: Sale Sharks have confirmed the signing of promising lock Alex Groves on a long-term contract. FULL STORY
STAYING: Munster lock Tadhg Beirne has signed a contract with the IRFU, which will keep him in the country until 2025. FULL STORY
SIGNED: Bath Rugby have announced Ma’afu Fia has joined the Blue, Black and White on loan from Ospreys. FULL STORY
RUMOUR: The Stormers have reportedly succeeded in retaining the services of two key players but look set to lose Springbok fullback Warrick Gelant to Racing 92. FULL STORY (News 24)