DRAGONS legend Brok Harris will captain the Stormers at Cardiff tomorrow evening to bring up 400 professional appearances.

The 38-year-old prop will skipper the South Africans in the United Rugby Championship encounter at the Arms Park when reaching a remarkable milestone.

Harris has played 135 times for the Stormers and has also brought up a century for Western Province.

The front rower, who can play loosehead and tighthead, became a Dragons great by making 143 appearances over seven seasons at Rodney Parade.

South Wales Argus: Brok Harris on the charge for the DragonsBrok Harris on the charge for the Dragons

The South African was a huge hit on the field and off it, helping in the development of a raft of forwards including Wales front rowers Elliot Dee and Leon Brown.

Harris, who was Wales-qualified through residency, left in 2021 after being frustrated in the delay over a contract offer.

He returned to South Africa with a view to pushing on in his coaching career but was signed by the Stormers to provide propping cover and helped them to the URC title.

Harris is still going strong and will be 39 by the time his side head to Rodney Parade in May.