Ospreys rugby players have joined Wales' volunteer army to help deliver food to elderly and vulnerable people in Bridgend county.
Lloyd Ashley and Dewi Lake were helping the Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations on one of their food delivery rounds.
The players are currently off duty following the suspension of the rugby season due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Lloyd, a second row with the region, said it was 'nice to see people with smiles on their faces' following the deliveries in Kenfig Hill.
Lloyd says 'a lot of of players' are giving up their time to help in the community during the crisis.
But despite the lockdown - and the uncertainty over when, or if, the rugby season will resume - he and his teammates are continuing to train.
Members of the Ospreys squad have been issued with GPS devices to record how far they run each day, as well as weights to help them stay in shape at home.
Gail Devine, who works for the Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations, said the players had signed up to help on the group's website.
Gail said that the amount of volunteers who'd come forward from across the community was 'phenomenal.'
She added that the appearance of the Ospreys duo had given the other volunteers a 'morale boost.'
Earlier this month the Guinness PR014 was suspended indefinitely.
The final, which had been due to be played at Cardiff City Stadium on June 20, has been cancelled. Organisers say any final will be hosted by the team with highest ranking based upon league records from this campaign.
On March 16, England's Gallagher Premiership announced it was suspending games for five weeks.