Wales head coach Jason Lewis is hoping a return to his old stomping ground can help fire his women to Six Nations glory next year.
Wales will play their three Six Nations home fixtures - against Scotland, France and Italy - at Lewis' hometown ground, The Brewery Field, Bridgend.
Winners of the Triple Crown last year, Wales will return to a ground that hosted six international women's games between 1994 and 2002.
But despite the biggest event on the women's 2010 calendar coming in the shape of the World Cup across the Severn Bridge in August, Lewis insists there is a Six Nations job to do first.
"The Six Nations is an extremely important tournament for us, regardless of the World Cup at the end of the season," said Lewis. "We won the Triple crown last year, so we are keen to build on the performances of the last few championships.
"It's excellent that we will be hosted by Bridgend RFC at the Brewery Field for our Six Nations games. Bridgend is a club with great history and profile and this news shows the increased importance the WRU places on showcasing women's rugby.
"Being from Bridgend myself, I know how much of a rugby town Bridgend is, and other international games have been very well supported here, hopefully the same will go for us."