TEENAGE scrum-half Dan Babos will become the first player born this millennium to start a Guinness PRO14 clash when he lines up for the Dragons against Ulster tomorrow (kick-off 7.35pm).

The 17-year-old from Cwmbran came off the bench in last week’s loss to Leinster in Dublin to be the first player born in 2000 to feature in the league.

Babos, who made his Dragons debut in the Anglo-Welsh Cup win against the Scarlets a fortnight ago, is rewarded for a lively cameo with the 9 jersey with Sarel Pretorius sidelined and Charlie Davies his back-up.

The half-back was six months old when his half-back partner Gavin Henson, 35, made his debut for Swansea against Caerphilly in September, 2000.

He became the sixth youngest to make his debut in the PRO14 after Jack Dixon, Ioan Nicholas, Hallam Amos, Ashley Beck and Kristian Phillips.

Babos is one of three changes to the side that lost 54-10 at the RDS.

Brok Harris comes in at loosehead and Liam Belcher gets the nod at hooker while hooker Gerard Ellis is covering prop from the bench, although Harris will switch to tighthead if required with Sam Hobbs deputising for the South African.

Fly-half Angus O’Brien continues at full-back in the absence of Wales international Hallam Amos, Wales sevens debutant Will Talbot-Davies and the injured Zane Kirchner and Carl Meyer.

Ulster head to Wales with a star-studded back line featuring Australian Christian Lealiifano, New Zealand powerhouse Charles Piutau and Ireland aces Stuart McCloskey, Tommy Bowe and Craig Gilroy.

Hooker Rory Best, flanker Sean Reidy and McCloskey are back after featuring for Ireland in their unbeaten autumn series.

Dragons: A O’Brien, A Hewitt, A Warren, J Dixon, J Rosser, G Henson, D Babos, B Harris, L Belcher, L Fairbrother, J Davies, M Screech, A Wainwright, O Griffiths (captain), J Benjamin. Replacements: E Shipp, G Ellis, S Hobbs, R Landman, B Roach, C Davies, A Robson, P Howard.

Ulster: C Piutau, C Gilroy, T Bowe, S McCloskey, L Ludik, C Lealiifano, P Marshall, S van der Merwe, J Andrew, R Kane, A O’Connor, K Treadwell, G Jones, S Reidy, N Timoney. Replacements: R Best, C Black, A Warwick, M Dalton, C Henry, J Cooney, P Nelson, A Trimble.

Referee: Marius Mitrea (Italy)