Lee Jarvis claimed international honours at all levels from Wales Schools and Students, U21s, through to Wales A and Wales.
A local Rhydyfelin boy, he broke into the Ponty senior team, from their youth academy in 1995, and was obviously a talent of huge proprtions.
Living in the shadows of Neil Jenkins, Lee moved on to play for Cardiff, only to find his dominance of the coveted no 10 shirt once more disputed by league returnee Jonathan Davies.
Lee returned to Pontypridd, his goal kicking abilities lauded as the best, but still unable to settle comfortably into the pivotal role of outside half.
There followed further moves to Neath, Newport, the Dragons and Penzance for a player who could have been a world beater, but will always be remembered as an enigma.
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Yr Uwch-Gynghrair, Cwpan SWALEC, Cwpan Prydain ac Iwerddon - beth yw gobeithion Ponty o gipio "coron driphlyg" unigryw? The Premiership, SWALEC Cup and British & Irish Cup - what are Ponty's chances of claiming a unique "triple crown"?