RHODRI Jones has completed his comeback to the international fold.

The Machynlleth raised Ospreys star has been included in the Welsh squad which travels to Scotland for the second round of the Guinness Six Nations this weekend.

Jones is one of several call-ups after a bruising encounter against Ireland in the championship opener last weekend.

The prop will look to earn his 18th cap after a two year absence from the Welsh fold.

Meanwhile uncapped centre Willis Halaholo has been drafted into Wales’ Guinness Six Nations squad alongside Cardiff Blues team-mates Lloyd Williams and James Botham for this Saturday’s clash against Scotland.

New Zealand-born Halaholo, who qualifies for Wales on residency, was called up to face the Barbarians in November 2019 but suffered a serious knee injury just after being selected and was sidelined for 11 months.

He could make the bench for the trip to Murrayfield, with wing Hallam Amos, centre Johnny Williams, scrum-half Tomos Williams and flanker Dan Lydiate all ruled out following injuries in the 21-16 win over Ireland last weekend.