The top two in the U16 regional age grade championship clash tomorrow night when the Blues South take on the Scarlets at Canton RFC. (KO 7.15pm)
Blues South sit four points behind the Scarlets in second place but have a game in hand over their rivals who they take on tomorrow in the Welsh capital.
Matt Silva's side have lost just the one game so far this season, against the Ospreys and will go into the game knowing a home win will them the edge as the season moves on.
Both Blues regions have enjoyed positive campaigns though they have been usurped recently by the Scarlets who have been on a good recent run of form.
The west Wales region ended the good recent run of Blues North in their last game, running out narrow 11-3 winners at Parc y Scarlets. And they will be hoping for another similar success, this time on their travels.
Blues South will be anything but a push over though and will be looking to their home advantage to secure the win that could send them top of the table.
In the other U16 game taking place tomorrow, Blues North will be looking for a response from that defeat to the Scarlets as they travel to the Dragons.
The North's good run ended with defeat to the Scarlets and, following what was a surprising loss, they will be looking to bounce back following their slip down to fourth place. Although they are 10 points clear of tomorrow's rivals, they sit just one place above the Dragons and know a win is vital if they have are to have any hopes of being crowned U16 regional champions.
Blues South: 15 Jesse Lipetz Robic 14 Josh Rogers 13 Teri Gee 12 Nick Griffiths 11 James Walsh 10 Luke Fish 9 Myles Churcher, 1 Sam Brinkworth 2 Aldi Coverdale 3 Joel Ringer 4 Cengizhan Ziyaeddin 5 Tom Hayward 6 Dan Holder 7 Sid Blackmore 8 Joe Gaughan.
Replacements: Will Haines, Matt Holder, Rhys Forse, Tom Mabley, Cameron James, Harry Goodfellow, Will Brinkley, Tristan Notley.
Scarlets: 15 Jack Evans 14 Kieran Jones 13 Ryna Davies 12 Matthew Pearce 11 Shaun Pearce 10 Billy McBryde 9 Rhodri Rees, 1 Jamie Hughes 2 Zac Phillips 3 Steffan Thomas 4 Josh McLeod 5 Stephen Leonard 6 Steffan Davies 7 Shaun Edwards (c) 8 Steffan Taffestauffer.
Replacements: Scott Jenkins, Matthew Moore, Christian Rumbelow, Ryan Bean, Shaun Evans, Gwion Jones, Daniel Gealy, Harry Randall.
Dragons: 15 Arwel Robson 14 Jared Rosser 13 Barney Nightingale 12 James Hussey 11 Lloyd Lewis Josh Malson 9 Owain Leonard, 1 Cory Greenaway 2 Jack Davies 3 Leon Brown 4 Ben Watts 5 Lewis Johnson 6 Lloyd Phillips 7 Dawid Rubasniak 8 Matthew Donovan.
Replacements: Jack Kedward, Brandon Mustoe, Jack Williams, Connor Graves, Nathan Hudd, Dom Quigley, Connor Edwards, Lewis Phillips.
Blues North: 15 Alec Jones 14 Josh Wylass 13 Callum Morris 12 Carl Lewis 11 Kurtis Williams 10 Callum Hall 9 Liam Jones, 1 David Harries 2 Dewi Morris 3 Jarred Almond Roberts4 Callum Haggett 5 Dylan Davies 6 Aled Evans 7 Owen Jones 8 Morgan Sniewaski.
Replacements: Gerwyn Coleman, Ben Stephens, Kieran Assarratti, Hywel Thomas, Lloyd James, Jack Owen, Jacob Lloyd, James Stallard.
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