Neil Jenkins has been released from the final year of his Cardiff contract and today rejoins Pontypridd.
The much-anticipated move follows extensive negotiations between the clubs and should see the World record points scorer end his playing days where it all began at Sardis Road.
Cardiff CEO, Robert Norster commenting on the move said:
"Throughout his time at Cardiff, Neil has been a dedicated clubman who has also provided a tremendous role model for many of our younger professionals who must now carry forward his fine example.
"I take this opportunity on behalf of all here at the Club to wish Neil an injury-free period throughout the remainder of his remarkable and illustrious career."
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