Wales international prop Leon Brown will remain a Dragon after agreeing a new long-term contract with the region.
Front row ace Brown – part of the Wales squad for the Guinness Six Nations campaign – is regarded as one of the brightest young talents in Welsh rugby.
The homegrown tighthead has put pen to paper on a new long-term deal and follows in the footsteps of Aaron Wainwright and Elliot Dee in committing his future to Dragons this week.
“It’s great to see our Wales internationals all commit to their home region,” said Dean Ryan, Director of Dragons Rugby.
“Leon is a big talent who has a huge desire to get push himself to get better and bring success to the Dragons.”
A product of the Dragons Academy, Brown has made 49 appearances for his home region since his debut in 2016, scoring four tries.
The 24-year-old has made 15 appearances for Wales and appeared last weekend as Wayne Pivac’s men stunned England to secure the Triple Crown.
Brown said: “I am pleased to be re-signing and staying at Dragons for another three years.
“It’s a place where I enjoy playing, which is a big part in my decision, I am excited to see where we can now take the region.”