Welsh rugby players took time out from training for Six Nations decider against England to show their support for Macmillan Cancer Support in Wales.
They took time out from training for their Six Nations decider match at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday 16 March to encourage people to visit Macmillan’s Mobile Information and Support Service in Cardiff city centre ahead of the game.
People could visit Macmillan’s mobile service in Cardiff city centre on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 March for free advice and support relating to cancer.
Susan Morris, General Manager for Macmillan Cancer Support in Wales, said: 'We would like to say thank you to the Welsh rugby team for taking the time to show their support for Macmillan and our mobile service’s visit.
'We know that around 18,000 people – a quarter of a capacity crowd at the Millennium Stadium – are given the devastating news that they have cancer every year in Wales.
'Each of these people need more than medical help - they also need practical, emotional and financial support, all of which they could find out more about by visiting on our mobile service.'
The service will be visiting areas across Wales throughout 2013 to offer information and support to people affected by cancer.