Two Ugandan sportsmen who vanished after the Commonwealth Games in Scotland have turned up - playing for a suburban rugby club in Wales.
Benon Kizza, 27, and 26-year-old Philip Pariyo vanished in Glasgow last August after they failed to fly home to Africa with the rest of their squad.
The Uganda government began an investigation into their disappearance after rumours they were working at a car wash in Glasgow rather than return.
But after claiming asylum, the pair - who had been in the African nation's Sevens team - ended up in Cardiff in a hostel for asylum seekers.
They saw nearby signs for the city's St Peters RFC and have now started playing with their mixture of office workers, students and builders in the local Welsh league.Good Old St Peters. There was an interesting report on Scrum V last year about Mark Ring and Charlie Faulkner coaching there.