Bradley Davies set for his 100th Cardiff Blues cap against Ulster
Second row forward Bradley Davies will make his 100th appearance for the Blues tomorrow when they face Ulster
Hailing from Llantrisant, the former Pant Comprehensive pupil originally played outside half before moving to the second row and was identified as a 14 year old as a future player when the regions were established.
He progressed well through the system and made his Blues debut on the 27th of January 2006 against Edinburgh.
The Blues go into the match with confidence, with their only defeat in the opening four rounds of this season's RaboDirect PRO12 a19-21 loss at home to Edinburgh in round two.
Commenting on Bradley Davies becoming a Blues centurion, Davies added,
"Bradley was one of the first players to have come through the system at the Blues, playing age grade rugby for Blues North and Under 18's before joining the Blues academy."
"He has gone on to perform consistently for the Blues as well as for Wales and I'm sure it's a big day for him."
"Bradley is one of the stalwarts of the Cardiff Blues and I'd like to congratulate him on reaching a landmark 100 games for the region."
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