The Ospreys have once again backed the White Ribbon Campaign that focuses on putting an end to domestic violence in all its forms.
Saturday 25th November is the annual, International White Ribbon Day, to highlight the work being done all year round to end violence against women and girls.
As part of the initiative, men are encouraged to wear a white ribbon to show their support for the campaign.
The Ospreys have supported White Ribbon Day for a number of years and will do so again this year with South African international, Brian Mujati, visiting Swansea’s Domestic Abuse One stop Shop at 35-36 Singleton Street (Opposite the Grand Theatre) from 11am-12.30pm on Friday to show his support.
The campaign will also have a presence inside the Ozone on Sunday from 11am, ahead of the game against Glasgow, with representatives from South Wales Police in attendance. Make sure you come down and get involved in all of the activity on offer including a police car, Billy Blue the police mascot, and finger printing.
Pictured above is Cerys Evans, Jon Brown and Alyson Thomas from South Wales Police on behalf of the White Ribbon Campaign along with Ospreys players Paul James and Dmitri Arhip.
You can find more information on the campaign at http://www.whiteribboncampaign.co.uk/