Paul Turner has announced a 24 man squad for the visit of Cardiff Blues in this Friday's Magners League fixture at Rodney Parade (KO 7.05pm).
Looking forward to the Dragons final home match of the seasonTurner said: "The Blues are the form side in the Magners League and there's no doubt that their players will be bringing their A game to Rodney Parade.
"They will be wary of us, but also confident as they look to their Amlin Cup match next week. But we are continuing to move in the right direction and our supporters have been key to our success.'
Backs Coach, Darren Edwards added: "The players are starting to take what we do in practice on to the pitch, and this is paying dividends.
"We are developing players and everyone is really enjoying themselves. However, we remain totally focused on our play and planning for this match'
Dragons: Backs: Martyn Thomas, Will Harries, Rhodri Gomer-Davies, Tom Riley, Ashley Smith, Richard Fussell, James Arlidge, Shaun Connor, Jason Tovey, Alex Walker, Wayne Evans
Forwards: Huw Gustafson, Nigel Hall, Lloyd Burns, Tom Willis (c), Ben Castle, Rob Sidoli, Luke Charteris, Lewis Evans, Hoani MacDonald, Andrew Coombs, Toby Faletau, Gavin Thomas, James Harris
Injured: Matthew Watkins, Danny Lee, Aled Brew, Adam Jones, Dan Lydiate, Pat Palmer, Joe Bearman, Grant Webb
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