Steff Evans has signed a new contract with the Scarlets. The 25-year-old wing has been in scintillating form this season, crossing the whitewash eight times and taking his overall try tally to 46 in 111 appearances.
Capped 13 times for Wales, Evans has been one of the most potent attacking runners in the PRO14 in recent years and played a major role in the Scarlets’ stunning title triumph in 2016-17.
A former pupil of Llanelli’s Ysgol y Strade, Evans came through the Scarlets Academy system and was capped by Wales U20s. He has also played for Wales 7s on the world series circuit.
He made his regional debut at full-back against Zebre in November 2014, but it has been on the wing where he has established himself as one of Welsh rugby’s most exciting attacking talents.
He was a try-scorer in the Scarlets’ 33-14 victory over London Irish last Saturday which secured a place in the knockout stages of the European Challenge Cup.