Cardiff RFC flanker Luke Crocker has left the club and headed for a new challenge with the Manly Marlins based in Sydney, Australia.
Crocker arrived at the Arms Park in 2016, and went on to make 57 appearances in all competitions, scoring six tries, with his best season coming in 2017/18 with three tries in 29 games.
He also featured for the Cardiff Blues Premiership Select in the British and Irish Cup, and came off the bench for Cardiff Blues against Ospreys in the Anglo-Welsh Cup back in November 2017, while working for the Cardiff Blues Community Department.
The 29-year-old had previously played for Beddau, Ebbw Vale and Pontypridd, his last appearance in Blue and Black coming in November against Bridgend.
Crocker has linked up with the Manly Marlins in time for their Shute Shield campaign, the premier club rugby competition in New South Wales.