It was a Christmas to remember for young Scarlets fans with over 600 children taking part in the club's matchday experience over the festive period.
No less than 49 teams attended matchdays at Parc y Scarlets in December and January and participated in pre-match festivals, pre-match parades, guards of honour as well as half-time TAG.
The Welsh side's only GUINNESS PRO12 home fixture took place on Saturday January 3, with the Scarlets emerging 22-10 winners against local rivals the Ospreys.
But with a number of other games taking place at the Parc Y Scarlets over the past few weeks, including last Saturday against European giants Toulon, the Scarlets community team were keen to organise a range of activities for their young supporters.
Scarlets community manager Daniel Vaughan said: "It's not every day we see a team with so many household names here at Parc y Scarlets and it certainly added to the experience for the hundreds of children that took part in both the pre-match festival and played half time TAG on the main field.
"We had a great day of junior and mini rugby here at Parc y Scarlets last Saturday. It's always a pleasure to welcome teams from right across the region and beyond to enjoy matchdays with us here."
Parc y Scarlets offers a unique matchday experience and the community team are looking forward to the upcoming GUINNESS PRO12 fixtures, including a Valentine's Day clash against Connacht, and an opportunity to welcome even more stars of the future.
Sam Hidalgo-Clyne shrugged off the wind and rain to produce a second-half kicking masterclass, and see Edinburgh Rugby snatch a 16-13 win over Connacht, the first time the Irish region have lost at the Sportsground this season.