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The good news for the Blues comes after Sam Warburton and Tom James also signed new deals.

"I'm really pleased to have extended my stay at the Blues. It's a great club and I had no doubt that this is who I wanted to sign with and happy that we have come to an agreement," said Halfpenny, who made his Blues debut in 2008.

"I've not been tempted to play anywhere else as it's a very ambitious club and with the quality players we have here, with some good youngsters coming through, the future looks very bright."

Second-rower Davies has made 70 appearances for the region and also made his Wales debut in the 2009 Six Nations.

"It's great news to have signed, not only for me personally, but for the rest of the boys who have signed also," said Davies.

Czekaj, who is set to play his 100th match for the Blues against the Ospreys after switching from wing to full-back this season, added: "I've been six seasons with the Blues now and I'd be stupid to want to move with the progress that the team has made over the last few years."

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