Cardiff Blues secure long-term future of Scott Andrews and Josh Navidi

Last Updated: 09/01/13 9:33am

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Scott Andrews: New two-year deal for Wales prop

Scott Andrews: New two-year deal for Wales prop

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Scott Andrews and Josh Navidi have signed new contracts with RaboDirect PRO12 side Cardiff Blues.

Prop Andrews, who made his Wales debut in 2011, has signed a two-year deal and back-row forward Navidi has committed his future to the Arms Park club until 2016.

Navidi has been one of the Blues' stand-out players this season and skippered them to victory over Munster in Cork last weekend.

He said: "I'm happy with my form at the Blues and feel my playing has been consistent, but I can always keep pushing myself to see how I can improve as a player.

"We have had a tough start to the season but we have a great group of boys here and things are looking good for the future, so I am really glad to stay on."
Scott Andrews

"I don't think about being called up for Wales. I just get on with what I do each week and see what happens from there.

"Changing between six and seven doesn't really worry me, as long as I am on the pitch and representing the Blues. I see a lot more of the ball in the breakdown when I play at seven but then playing at six alongside Sam Warburton is great for my overall game."

Andrews added: "We have had a tough start to the season but we have a great group of boys here and things are looking good for the future, so I am really glad to stay on.

"I have been here since I was 16 and didn't want to look elsewhere as I am happy at the Blues.

"We have a lot of young boys mixed with some top internationals who are contracted for the next few years, so slowly we are producing a good core. It will be exciting to see it progress over the next few years."

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