The Ospreys are proud to announce that centre Keiran Williams has signed a new two-year deal to stay at the region.
The former Wales U20s centre symbolises the Ospreys philosophy under Head coach Toby Booth of blooding young players from the region to represent the region.
Williams, 23, is one of a number of young Ospreys, including the likes of Reuben Morgan Williams, Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler, Dewi Lake, Rhys Davies, Mat Protheroe, Josh Thomas and Joe Hawkins who have featured under Booth so far this season.
The Neath-born centre made his 24th appearance for the Ospreys against Connacht and has been a vital cog in his side’s midfield for most of the campaign so far.
He has produced a number of eye-catching displays in the victories over Edinburgh in Scotland and against the Cardiff Blues in the Welsh capital.
The Ospreys Academy product made his regional debut in 2018 is now firmly established in the first team squad.