Plenty of eight year old boys enjoy the rough and tumble of rugby.
But Riley Davies is one special player.
Because of a rare lung condition, he has to have his oxygen supply strapped to his back at all times.
- Watch my interview with him and his mother below:
Riley was born with interstitial lung disease, a condition that was diagnosed when he was eight months old.
Without his tank, he wouldn't have enough oxygen for his body to survive.
But Riley's family want him to have every experience he can.
They brought him to his local rugby club in Maesteg to join his friends, and are delighted by the warm welcome he's had.
He trains with his touch rugby team weekly, and loves competing in matches.
Riley's family say the support and friendship from his fellow players has been superb.
Riley's determined to keep playing with every bit of energy he can manage.
He's got the support of his family and everyone at the club to help him do that.