Sam Warburton is auctioning the boots he wore during Wales' Six Nations win against England.
In a tweet this morning, he said the current bid stands at £3,000.
The money he raises is going towards supporting cancer patients at the Velindre Cancer Centre.
Leigh Halfpenny has thanked his Six Nations teammates for giving him the chance the to equal Neil Jenkins’ championship points record.Read the full story ›
After Wales' victory in their Six Nations title campaign thoughts are turning to selection for the Lions' tour of Australia.
The Wales contingent in the Lions could run into double figures. In a post-match press conference interim Head Coach, Rob Howley, joked that some of his players could have a busy summer.
As a play, coming into a championship on a Lions year, how important your performance is going to be. They're under the microscope throughout the championship. And they performed as you'd expect them to today, they turned up.
Probably pressure was on us a little bit more, and everyone was talking about England winning, and the points. But we just made sure we started well.
_And some of them might have a busy summer...
Welsh Rugby Union bosses are set to meet today to discuss how the game can benefit from Saturday's Six Nations Championship victory.
Wales beat England 30-3 to dash English hopes of their first Grand Slam in 10 years and retain the tournament title.
Wales captain Gethin Jenkins has expressed his disappointment at having to miss the last 20 minutes of yesterday's historic game against England.
But he described lifting the 6 Nations trophy in front of a roaring home crowd as 'the best experience I've ever had'.
Wales wing George North is pictured tucking into a well-earned cooked breakfast following his side's 30 - 3 victory over England last night.
He tweeted the picture along with the caption 'Good company over breakfast!'
Interim Coach Rob Howley says he is 'proud to be a Welshman' as Wales clinch the RBS 6 Nations title and deprive England of a Grand Slam.
I’d like to heartily congratulate the whole squad and the coaching staff on winning the Six Nations Championship. The team deserves a huge pat on the back on their performance; they did what they had to do to defend their title and keep the Six Nations trophy here in Wales. I’m sure I speak for Welsh people everywhere when I say - well done boys, you’ve done the whole country proud yet again!