This week is Round 14 of the Celtic League, and a pivotal weekend for Mike Ruddock's Dragons.
The region touted by many as this season's would be strugglers have proved to be a serious competitor in the Celtic League, and are in prime position to wrestle the Celtic crown away from Ireland for the first time in its three-year history.
The Dragons are unbeaten at home in the Celtic League, and a large crowd is expected to be the sixteenth man to give the home side the edge.
The Warriors have Neil Jenkins -as effective as a sixteenth man. In the middle of the hottest goal-kicking streak on record, the 32 year-old former Lion has steered his team to five wins in a row, and into the top third of the division.
Ever modest, the Valley's lad compared his 44 kicks in a row to 'a postman delivering 44 letters in a row,' - Neil, we know different. Jenkins was instrumental in the Warriors in over Leinster at Donnybrook last weekend.
Speculation is rife about the future of Scarlets coach Gareth Jenkins, but he has a job to do with the Scarlets this season if he is to leave a lasting legacy at Stradey Park.
Members of the WRU Board were invited to attend a training session where sumo wrestlers were being put through their paces and as WRU President Dennis Gethin reveals, the Tokyo visit will live long in the memory.
Representatives from the WRU and the Welsh Assembly government were invited to meet some of Japan's leading businesses. WRU chief executive Roger Lewis and Wales head coach Robin McBryde were among the guests.
Following Wales Under 20's second win of the Junior World Championship over Scotland, a lot of hard work is still required ahead of the Pool decider against Argentina on Thursday. WRU TV took a look behind the scenes.
Wales Under 20 coach Danny Wilson, captain Ellis Jenkins and winger Owen Jenkins give their post match reaction after recording a comfortable win over Samoa in the opening game of the Junior World Championship in France.