Injured Owen Williams moved to specialist unit

Cardiff Blues have launched a new campaign in support of injured player Owen Williams. The Wales and Blues centre suffered a significant injury to his cervical vertebrae and spinal cord while playing for the club in the World Club 10s in Singapore last month.

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Owen Williams has suffered 'significant spinal injury'

Cardiff Blues have confirmed that centre Owen Williams has suffered a "significant injury to his cervical vertebrae and spinal cord."

The 22-year-old, who has played four times for Wales, was injured playing for Cardiff Blues at the World Cup 10s on Sunday.

The region said that he underwent an operation on Monday to stabilise a fracture and is currently recovering in hospital in Singapore.

Owen Williams has impressed for Cardiff Blues in recent seasons. Credit: PA

His family and Blues staff are with him in hospital, and arrangements are now being made to arrange his safe transfer home "at an appropriate time."

The region and Williams' family have also thanked hundreds of people who have offered messages of support.

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