The Ospreys have spread their wings and flown north to take part in the npower renewables North Wales Rugby Festival 2008.
The squad, including Shane Williams, Gavin Henson, James Hook and Wales skipper Ryan Jones, will travel to the festival, which is being held at Rhyl Rugby Club on August 2.
The day will comprise of a number of organised events including an open training demonstration by the Ospreys, specially designed coaching clinics for children from local rugby clubs and a sevens tournament for senior players from the area.
Ospreys prop Cai Griffiths, who grew up a short distance along the north Wales coast in Bangor, told the Ospreys' official website: "It's a tremendous honour to be attending the npower renewables North Wales Rugby Festival with the Ospreys.
"There is a real passion for rugby in the area, something which maybe south Walians don't fully appreciate, so maybe a few of the lads will have a bit of an eye-opener at Rhyl on Saturday.
"Having grown up and played my first rugby in the area, it's fantastic to now be in a position to give something back, via the Ospreys and our sponsors npower renewables who have organised the festival.
"I'm sure it'll be a huge success and hopefully we'll be able to come back next year."
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