Shane Williams may have one date at the Millennium Stadium left, but he was thrilled to end his regional career winning the RaboDirect PRO12 title.
The Welsh record try-scorer gave the Liberty Stadium outfit a glimmer of hope with a late touchdown in Dublin and pounced again at the death as the Ospreys snatched a dramatic victory over Leinster on Sunday.
Williams will draw the curtain on his illustrious career when he runs out for the Barbarians against Wales on Saturday, but he is already delighted with the end of his 15-year professional career.
"I enjoy success of like anybody else. The one you remember is the latest one and this for me is a great way for me to finish," admitted the 35-year-old wing.
"I am very proud of the fact that I am associated with the Ospreys. We have worked very hard this season, we have had our ups and downs and there has been a lot of change in the ranks, with a lot of players leaving the region.
"For us to stick at it the way we have this season it's a compliment to the guys. I will never forget this day.
"It's up there with anything I've achieved in my career. To go out with a couple of tries in a final in your last game for the region means a huge amount."
Williams will line-up in a star-studded Barbarians side, which is also likely to include South Africa World Cup winning captain John Smit, former Cardiff Blues centre Casey Laulala and fellow All Black Mils Muliaina.
The match will be Rob Howley's first in charge, as Warren Gatland continues to recover from two broken heels.
Howley and the Wales squad that faced the Baa-Baas will then jet to Australia to join Shaun Edwards and an advanced party of players in preparation for their three-Test series with the Wallabies.
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Wales and Ospreys back row James King, who came through the North Wales age grade system, nominated North Wales Regional Community Rugby Manager Marc Roberts, in the WRU's 'Diolch' initiative where squad players thanked those who played a part in their rise to the top.
Beating Merthyr has boosted Carmarthen Quins hopes of reaching a top eight spot in the Principality Premiership. Quins captain Haydn Pugh is delighted with his team's progress and is determined that everyone from the Under 6s through to the senior team, enjoys the ride.
When the Wales squad were asked to nominate individuals who played a big part in their early playing days, Wales and Dragons full back and wing Hallam Amos thought of his former Monmouth School rugby coach John Bevan.
Sam Cross and Luke Treharne have been named as co-captains of the Wales Sevens side as head coach Gareth Williams names his 12-man squad to play in the first leg of the HSBC World Series in Dubai next weekend.
Bedwas head coach Steve Law and players Nicky Griffiths and Alun Rees extol the virtues of the close knit club as they prepare to host third place RGC 1404 - who are one place head of them on the Principality Premiership points table - on Saturday.
Many of the Wales squad have said Diolch (thank you) to someone who played an important part in their early playing days by nominating them to be invited to the Wales v South Africa match. One person, Gowerton Comprehensive geography teacher Mr Dean Mason was nominated by two of his former pupils, Dan Biggar and Sam Davies.
The second WRU disability rugby pilot has been delivered, this time in Caerphilly schools, culminating in a festival at the Caerphilly Centre of Sporting Excellence, Ystrad Mynach tomorrow. Plans are in place to set up a Disability Rugby Club in Newbridge to provide long-term playing opportunities.
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