Swansea have announced their squad to face Pontypool in the Principality Cup this weekend.
Swansea make just one change to the side that defeated Caerphilly two weeks ago, for tomorrow's Principality Cup game at Pontypool. Wales fullback Kevin Morgan - fresh from scoring a try against France in the latest round of the Lloyds TSB Six Nations - replaces Wales U21 International Gareth Swales.
Wales and British Lions centre Mark Taylor is almost back to full fitness and hopes to return to action over the next few weeks, whilst Chris Wells and Hywel Jenkins were the only other players unavailable for selection due to injury.
Swansea (v Pontypoo):
15 Kevin Morgan, 14 Shaun Payne, 13 Steve Winn, 12 Scott Gibbs (Captain), 11 Matthew Robinson, 10 Arwel Thomas, 9 Sililo Martens
1 Darren Morris, 2 Garin Jenkins, 3 Ben Evans, 4 Tyrone Maullin, 5 Andy Moore, 6 Colin Charvis, 8 Geraint Lewis, 7 Dean Thomas
Replacements: Rhodri Jones, Gavin Henson , Brian Lima / Nik Witkowski, Johnny Marsters, Pat Dunkley, James Griffiths, Lee Jones
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