A game for people with physical and mental disabilities is celebrating 35 years as a Paralympic sport.
Boccia, which follows similar rules to bowls but is played by wheelchair users, is one of the fastest-growing Paralympic sports in the UK.
A group which meets at the Life Centre in Plymouth is going from strength to strength - and the volunteers who run it say the sport helps with confidence, self-esteem and social skills.
The game is a test of skill, patience and concentration - with the best players competing for medals at World Championships and Paralympic games.
National Boccia Day is on Friday September 27th this year.