Dragons have confirmed the departure of Wales international Cory Hill at the end of the ongoing season.
Hill has been part of Dragons since 2013 and has made 110 appearances for the club scoring 13 tries in it. He was appointed the captain of the club in the 2017/18 season.
The 28-year-old is a product of Cardiff Blues Academy and went on to make the senior debut for them in 2010 before having a short stint with Moseley prior to his association with Dragons.
He also captained Wales Under 20 side in the Junior World Cup in South Africa in 2012 and went on to make his Test debut in 2016. The 6ft 5 in lock represented Wales in 25 games and co-captained them during the 2018 summer Test tour against Argentina.
Dragons director of rugby Dean Ryan expressed disappointment on the news of Hill's departure.
“We’re disappointed to see Cory depart and everyone at Dragons Rugby wishes Cory well for the future," he said in a statement released by Dragons.
Meanwhile, Hill is set to return to Cardiff Blues next season and Dragons have asked "the relevant bodies to look into the circumstances around the move".