Cardiff Blues have announced that Ethan Lewis will stay at the Arms Park for the next few years.
The 25-year-old has had his best year yet this season, playing 13 times in all competitions, acting as regular hooker understudy during the second half of the campaign.
He is another academy graduate to commit his future to the club, following the likes of Brad Thyer, James Botham, Shane Lewis-Hughes, Tomos Williams and Jarrod Evans.
Lewis played for Treorchy as a mini and junior, before being selected for Cardiff Blues age grade sides and winning Wales U20 honours.
Following that he has played for Cardiff and Pontypridd in the Principality Premiership, making his Guinness Pro14 debut in 2015 and going on to make 43 appearances in all competitions.
Speaking to the official club website, Lewis said “Like a lot of the boys here, this is my home region and a team I am passionate about.