Bluebirds’ legends are returning to action in South Wales this Sunday.
Danny Gabbidon, Scott Young, Damon Searle, Steve Jenkins are all in a legends team to play Welsh League club Pontypridd Town at University of South Wales Sports Park, Pontypridd (June 3, 4pm).
The charity match is being organised by Show Racism The Red Card and their team also includes Olympic athlete Christian Malcolm and Welsh radio and television broadcaster Jason Mohammad.
Malcolm was offered a contract by Nottingham Forest and had trials at Queens Park Rangers when he was a teenager, but opted to focus on athletics.
Mohammad scored a cracking free-kick during a testimonial for former Bluebirds’ defender at Cardiff City Stadium just over a year ago.
Ex-Wales international Matt Jones, who spent his club career with Leeds United, Leicester and Llanelli, will also be playing and is joined by former Mansfield goalkeeper Jason Trinder, Tom Ramasut, Andy Gorman and more.
Cardiff-born Ramasut started his career at Norwich City, while he also had spells with the Bluebirds, Merthyr Tydfil, Llanelli Town, Haverfordwest County, Barry Town, Carmarthen Town and Aberaman Athletic.
Gorman, also born in Cardiff, played for Cardiff, Merthyr and Barry.
Newly-promoted Pontypridd, who finished runners-up behind Llantwit Major in Welsh League Division Two, have brothers Dominic and Damian Broad in charge of their team.
Ponty include Wales under-21 international Jamal Easter, who played for Cardiff, Bristol Rovers, Torquay United, Carmarthen Town, Newport County and Bridgend Town.
They finished the season just ended with six successive victories and, over the season, won more matches than any of their rivals (22 in 30 fixtures).
Ponty had the best goal difference (plus 62), reached the Nathaniel Car Sales League Cup semi-finals, losing 7-5 against Trefelin BGC, and the Welsh Cup last 16 where they were edged out by Penydarren BGC.
The SRtRC legends team will be managed by Steve Jenkins. The match is free to attend with donations to charity welcome on the gate.
Welsh League Two 2017-2018
*West End deducted 3 points