Former Wales rugby star Rachel Taylor has made history by becoming what - it's thought - is the first female head coach of a WRU National League side.
Taylor - who won 67 caps for her country and last autumn captained the Barbarians women's team - will coach Colwyn Bay RFC from next season.
As a woman, she'll be in the majority on the Division 2 North club committee: five other roles - team manager/ fixture secretary, membership secretary, secretary, treasurer and marketing - are also currently filled by females.
It's a homecoming for Rachel, as she returns to the club where she took up rugby as an eight-year-old. Recently she was awarded life membership in honour of her international achievements within the game.
Taylor, who's hung up her club and regional playing boots, will also coach RGC Women this season alongside her WRU North Wales regional colleagues Dave and Marc Roberts.
In addition, Rachel delivers coaching sessions to schools and clubs within her day job, having completed the WRU Level 2 coaching course. She's about to embark on Level 3.
She has previously coached North Wales regional age grade boys' teams and looked after the line-out for RGC women last season.