Cardiff have announced their under-21 team to take on Llanelli in their semi-final cup tie at the Arms Park tonight.
The Blue and Blacks made six changes to the side that beat arch rivals Newport 20-13 in the quarter-finals three weeks ago.
Two positional changes see Owain Ashman switch from full back to the wing while Chris Anderson has surrendered his position at outside half to Nick Macleod as he moves to full back.
Elgan Jones makes his return on the wing and James Malpas and Marcus Leach reclaim their positions in the back row.
Cardiff Under-21s: Chris Anderson; Elgan Jones, Owain Ashman, Liam Roberts, Geraint Williams; Nick Macleod, Chris Miller (captain); John Yapp, Bhalid Jarma, Darryl Wilson, Rob Meredith, Chris Stamatakis, James Malplas, Michael Leaman, Marcus Leach.
Replacements: Rob Saunders, Darren Ryan, Alun Davidson, David Evans, John Stringer, James Goode, Marc Devine.
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