For Glamorgan Wanderers last game of the season, against Swansea, coach Richard Hodges is able to recall some of his season's big guns.
Scott Sneddon returns at full back and he is joined in the backs by Blues debutant try scorer James Loxton.
In the pack Nathan Trevett returns at loosehead, Alex Luff in the second row and Mike Grimes comes back in at number eight. Mark O'Leary also returns following the London marathon.
Development squad products Ryan Healey, Owen Marshall and Elliot Foils are also retained after performing against Ebbw Vale.
Glamorgan Wanderers: 15. Scott Sneddon 14. James Loxton 13. Charlie Johnson 12. Gareth Morris 11. Ryan Healey 10. Mark Roper 9. Lloyd Williams; 1. Nathan Trevett 2. Marc Sheppard 3. Scott Andrews 4. Gareth Knight 5. Alex Luff 6. Richard Thomas 7. Ben Rose 8. Mike Grimes
Subs:16. Richard Emms 17. Mark O'Leary 18. Carl Kimber 19. Sam Warburton 20. Owen Marshall 21. Glenn Holloway 22. Elliot Foils
Having taken part in seven World Cups as a player and coach, Liza Burgess hopes to go out in style this afternoon when Wales take on Australia in the Play-off for seventh and eighth place in the Women's Rugby World Cup in Paris.
WRU Head of Rugby Josh Lewsey met with volunteers across the game earlier this week, championing their role in the sport. He was joined by Wales captain Sam Warburton for part of the day as volunteers took part in a 'Try Out' event for the 2015 Rugby World Cup
Wales Women may not have got the results they wanted recently on the field, but off it they have made massive strides in strength and conditioning - and that is in no small part due to S&C coach Sam Dodge.
Two weeks into the new pitch project at Millennium Stadium, Groundman Craig Campbell takes staff on a unique behind-the-scene tour of the works so far and National Squad Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach John Ashby and Tour Guide Peter Owen describe what the revamp means for them.
Try-scorer Jenny Davies and fellow prop Megan York reveal to WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie their thoughts after Wales broke their drought in the Women's Rugby World Cup with a 35-3 win over South Africa in Paris.
Wales Women are expecting a tough battle against South Africa on Saturday as both teams seek their first pool win of the Rugby Women's World Cup. WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie talks to head coach Rhys Edwards and lock Jenny Hawkins.
Wales' Sam Warburton took a group of employees from Admiral on a behind the scenes tour of the Millennium Stadium and WRU TV tagged along to bring you a snippet of what it's like for the players on match day
WRU TV goes behind the scenes in Paris with adopted reporter Jenny Davies grilling Wales Women's captain Rachel Taylor and uncovers which players she would have on a desert island, among other important things as well.
Prop Caryl Thomas was part of a dominant Welsh pack but still found herself on the receiving end of a 25-3 defeat to Australia in the Women's Rugby World Cup. WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie got her post match reaction.