Exeter Chiefs winger Jack Nowell has been given a Lego set of Exeter Cathedral, after admitting he builds the models as a way of relaxing off the pitch.
The 24 year-old Cornishman was selected for this summer's Lions tour to New Zealand last month, but the players are expected to be given plenty of downtime between games.
It's not clear if Jack Nowell will be able to fit the giant Lego set in his luggage but he has spoken openly about his obsession, building anything from airplanes to a VW campervans.
Take a look at the full size model below:
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