The WRU are offering fans the chance to congratulate the Wales team in print if they pre-order a special picture book - Inside the Camp- Wales Grand Slam 2012.
Welsh rugby fans have been given the opportunity to see their names printed alongside Warren Gatland's heroes in a special Scroll of Honour which will be printed inside the book which goes on public sale next month.
The book is an unique celebration of another RBS 6 Nations triumph for Warren Gatland's thrilling young team. This official Welsh Rugby Union book is packed with exclusive, never-seen-before photographs following the Wales national squad players throughout their preparations, behind the scenes at every game and right up to the moment they lifted their third Grand Slam trophy in eight years.
The pictures get right to the heart of what makes this side special and offers unprecedented access to the team as they established themselves as the leading nation in northern hemisphere rugby during a fantastic 12-month period.
From the pre-tournament training camp in Poland and building on the momentum of their semi-final appearance at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, the triumphant march to the Grand Slam is followed every step of the way.
Experience again the drama of every match, beginning with the dramatic late win in Dublin, another exciting finish with England on the wrong side of the scoreline at Twickenham and ending with the victory over France at the Millennium Stadium which satiated a nation.
As well as the match action, there are stunning images of the players in training and in all walks of life, relaxing away from the intensity of sporting combat.
Fans can also feature in this exclusive official book.
Pre order now to take your place alongside Warren Gatland's heroes in a special Scroll of Honour which will be printed at the back of the book. Every player who figured in the tournament will feature and your name could follow too, to record your passion and support for the Welsh team who made rugby history in 2012.
This unique opportunity is completely free when you pre-order a book and you can place four names with each purchase. This is a permanent record for you and your family or friends to keep forever.
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