Teenage wings Kristian Phillips and Tom Prydie get their first call-ups into the Wales senior squad for the 2010 Six Nations tournament.
The duo join a dozen other Ospreys in the Wales set-up, as once again the region has the largest representation.
Porthcawl youngster Prydie became the youngest ever player to appear in the Heineken Cup when he came off the bench in the away tie against Viadana last month, while Neath born Phillips is the Magners League youngest ever try scorer and the youngest player to start a match in the competition. Both players have been in outstanding form in the Principality Premiership this season, with Swansea and Neath respectively, Phillips being named Player of the Month for December this weekend.
Full Wales squad:
Backs: Gareth Cooper, Leigh Halfpenny, Tom James, Richard Rees, Jamie Roberts, Tom Shanklin (all Cardiff Blues) Dan Biggar, Andrew Bishop, Lee Byrne, James Hook, Kristian Phillips, Tom Prydie, Shane Williams (all Ospreys), Jonathan Davies, Stephen Jones, Martin Roberts (all Llanelli Scarlets)
Forwards: Bradley Davies, Gethin Jenkins, Deiniol Jones, Andy Powell, Sam Warburton, Gareth Williams, Martyn Williams (all Cardiff Blues), Huw Bennett, Ian Gough, Paul James, Adam Jones, Alun Wyn Jones, Ryan Jones, Jonathan Thomas (all Ospreys), Matthew Rees, (Llanelli Scarlets), Luke Charteris, Dan Lydiate (both Dragons, Eifion Lewis-Roberts (Sale Sharks), Rhys Gill (Saracens)