Dragons will be without back row Harrison Keddie for the rest of the season after he suffered a serious toe injury in the defeat to Ulster Rugby.
All-action back row Keddie has made 13 appearances for Dragons this season and captained the team during the first half of the final fixture at Rodney Parade earlier this month.
However, the 22-year-old ruptured the sesamoid bones in his big toe during the Ulster clash and will now undergo surgery this Thursday.
Keddie joins regional team-mates Nic Cudd, Ollie Griffiths, Ashton Hewitt, James Sheekey, Aaron Jarvis and Arwel Robson on the sidelines for the rest of this campaign.
Everyone at Dragons sends their best wishes to Harri ahead of his operation and rehabilitation.