Williams pens new deal at Scarlets
NEW Wales cap Liam Williams believes exciting times lie ahead at the Scarlets after penning a new three-year deal with the region.
Williams emerged as one of the finds of last season, completing a memorable campaign with an international debut against the Barbarians at the Millennium Stadium.
Strong, pacy and brave under the high ball, the 21-year-old full-back is seen as a big part of a talented young backline at Parc y Scarlets.
And the Waunarlwydd product is equally excited about the potential in Llanelli under new head coach Simon Easterby.
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"It's been an unbelievable 12 months for me and to get my Wales cap was a real highlight," said Williams, who was only on a development contract last season. "It's been a quick learning curve, but the support and development I've been given as one of the younger crop of players at the Scarlets has been excellent.
"I'm enjoying every minute of my time at the region — there's real ambition and spirit in this side and I just want to push on next season and be part of this team which has got the potential to do really exciting things."
As well as Williams, the Scarlets have also handed wing Andy Fenby a one-year contract extension.
The 26-year-old North Walian speedster, who bounced back from a serious groin injury at the end of last season, is looking forward to his fourth season with the region.
"It's great to be part of a squad that's getting stronger and more competitive and with the talent we have in our ranks now, it's an exciting place to be," he said.