Ryan Jones will leave the Ospreys at the end of the season and join English Championship side Bristol
The Wales second row has spoken for the first time about his decision to buck the trend of Wales internationals leaving the domestic game.
Two chicks which successfully hatched at Cors Dyfi nature reserve near Machynlleth are now four weeks old.
Newport Gwent Dragons has announced that wing forward Sam Lewis has committed himself to the region by signing a two year contract.
The young open side is currently with the Ospreys regional team, having previously played for Swansea RFC. He will join the Dragons in June.
Director of Rugby Lyn Jones, said: “I have always been a big fan of Sam and his brother before him.
“He comes from a good rugby family and has the edge to become a quality international player. Playing regularly will help him achieve his ambitions.
“This is a significant signing for us and just shows our determination to become the best region in Wales.”
Hosts Scarlets lost against the Ospreys in the Pro12 derby this afternoon.
Despite going into the second half 3-0 down, the Ospreys put on an impressive defensive at Parc y Scarlets to secure their win.
The boot of Rhys Priestland put the 6 point score on the board for the Scarlets with Ospreys' Dan Biggar also scoring one of his own.
The only try of the game was from Ian Evans who touched down five minutes from time.
Final score Scarlets 6 - 10 Ospreys.
The Ospreys have defeated the Cardiff Blues tonight 22 - 19 at Cardiff Arms Park with Dan Biggar being named as Man of the Match.
It's half time at Cardiff Arms Park and the Ospreys are leading by 15 - 10 against the Cardiff Blues in the Rabo Direct Pro12 match.
Gloucester Rugby have confirmed they've signed Richard Hibbard from the Ospreys.
The Neath born player played for Taibach, Aberavon and Swansea before joining the Ospreys.
Hibbard made his international debut for Wales against Argentina in 2006 and played four times in this year's RBS Six Nations before featuring in all three Tests for the Lions in Australia this summer.
The Ospreys suffered their third successive defeat in the pool stages of the Heineken Cup, as they lost 15-9 away at Castres.
The home side were reduced to 13 men in the closing stages, but the Ospreys were unable to capitalise on the advantage.
The Ospreys are putting in a much-needed performance away at Castres in the Heineken Cup. At half time the scores are level at 6-6.
The Ospreys will look to earn their first victory in this season's Heineken Cup this evening when they take on Castres away. The Pool 1 strugglers have lost both of their opening European fixtures at home to Leinster and more recently away at Northampton.
Meanwhile Cardiff Blues will also be hoping to lift themselves up from the bottom of Pool 2, when they welcome Glasgow to the Arms Park.
The Blues have enjoyed mixed fortunes in Europe so far, after a 44-29 defeat away at Exeter, before they clinched an historic 19-15 win at home to Heineken Cup holders Toulon.
The Ospreys lost 16-28 at home to Glasgow this evening, after leading with just over ten minutes to go.
Two late tries from DTH van der Merwe and Ryan Wilson denied the Welsh side the win and even a losing bonus point.
The Ospreys were well beaten by Leicester at Welford Road in the first round of the LV Anglo-Welsh Cup. The Tigers notched up a bonus point after scoring four tries. Scrum half Sam Williams scored a try for the Welsh side, while Sam Davies kicked three penalties.