Former Cardiff Blues Academy back Terri Gee will once again train with the side full-time alongside playing for Cardiff RFC after returning from Australia.
The 22-year-old played age grade rugby for Cardiff Blues having started playing at Rumney RFC and featuring for Cardiff Schools in the Dewar Shield, alongside winning representative honours for Wales at U18 and U20 level.
Gee departed the Arms Park in 2017 having played four games in the Anglo-Welsh Cup for Cardiff Blues and four times for Cardiff RFC, joining Merthyr RFC for the 2017/18 season.
Unfortunately a serious knee injury ruled him out for over a year while at The Wern but he managed to make 27 appearances and score 12 times during his two seasons with the Ironmen, winning the Indigo Group Premiership title last May.
He then departed for Australia where he has been playing for Randwick RFC on the outskirts of Sydney, but he has returned to South Wales in the last two weeks and was at Rodney Parade on Saturday as Cardiff RFC beat Newport to stay unbeaten at the top of the league.
Gee will now train with Cardiff Blues full-time and play for the Blue and Blacks, with his second debut potentially coming this weekend in a key game against his former side Merthyr at the Arms Park.
Mainly a winger during his time up the A470, it is expected he will play mostly as a centre early in his time with Cardiff, as Sam Beard has signed for New England Free Jacks, Barney Nightingale is injured and Ben Thomas has established himself in the first team.