HOOKER Rhys Buckley will make his return from a back injury in the Dragons Premiership Select’s British & Irish Cup finale against London Scottish at Bedwas, writes Chris Kirwan. The 28-year-old from Caldicot has not played since September and starts in tomorrow's Pool Three fixture (kick-off 2pm). Buckley made 26 appearances last season but has featured just three times this campaign, his last outing when scoring a try in the heavy lost at Belfast.
DRAGONS boss Bernard Jackman says that the region would love to bring Taulupe Faletau back to Rodney Parade – but that a bruising lock is his current dream signing. It was reported on Thursday that the Wales and Lions number eight, currently sidelined by a knee injury, had told Bath that he would be leaving at the end of next season. The 27-year-old from Pontypool issued a swift denial, telling the Bath Chronicle: "I'm really happy at Bath and enjoying my time here.
WING Ashton Hewitt has given the Dragons a boost by being given the green light to start against Bordeaux-Begles in the European Challenge Cup but weary flanker James Benjamin is only fit enough for the bench. The duo went off in the 36-28 loss to the French side at the Stade Chaban-Delmas last Saturday, the speedster late on after knee and neck injuries while the openside went off early in the second half because of a persistent rib problem.
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Selecting a term
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