THREE sisters have been able to show off their talents at one of the most iconic rugby stadiums in the world.

The North East Wales-based Valkyries rugby hub was invited to attend the national hub festival held in the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

A large selection of Valkyries girls, ranging from the youngest players through to the U16s, attended the festival.

Valkyries even managed to get three sisters playing on the pitch at the same time!

Will Evans is dad of Gwendolyn, 11, Mair, 8 and Branwen, 6, who all played at the Principality Stadium.

"It was just amazing," he said.

"I have been going to the Millennium Stadium for years and years and to see three of my little girls on the pitch was amazing.

"I can't speak highly enough of the Valkyries and the people behind it.

"It's not just about the rugby.

"It's about lifting girls up and empowering them and giving them confidence.

"They had a whale of a time and the day in Cardiff was brilliant."

The contingent from the Valkyries started in a bus from Wrexham Rugby Club early in the morning and after the Principality Stadium appearance, the Valkyries popped next door to Cardiff Arms Park to watch Wales' comeback win over Scotland in the Women's Six Nations.

"That was an amazing game," added Will.

"For the little girls to have those role models is brilliant."

The Valkyries hub is always excited to meet new players of any range and ability.

Any prospective players between the ages of five and 18 years of age are invited to contact 07826 845281.

There's a shortened programme of fixtures in the North Wales leagues tomorrow.

One match was scheduled to go ahead in Division Two North.

While their hopes of claiming the title came to an end with defeat at champions Wrexham last time out, Mold could still end the campaign as runners-up.

However, the home match with Welshpool tomorrow has been postponed.

There's a relatively full schedule lined-up for Division Three North.

Rhosllanerchrugog, who bagged a 24-20 success at Menai Bridge in their last run-out, were due to welcome Flint, but this has been postponed.

Wrexham seconds trek across the country to tackle Pwllheli seconds, while Ruthin seconds will look to stretch their 100 per cent winning record at home to Menai Bridge.

Elsewhere, Machynlleth welcome Denbigh seconds.

Division One leaders Nant Conwy were aiming to stretch their advantage this week, but opponents Denbigh were unable to raise a team for their scheduled contest last night.

This means second-placed Llandudno will take over at the top if they defeat visitors Bala tomorrow.

The other fixture is the visit of Dolgellau to Caernarfon.

There are two matches in the Welsh Premiership today.

Bridgend play host to Aberavon and Carmarthen Quins go to Llandovery.