Premiership footballer Joe Allen was back in his home county this week - handing out tickets to watch his club, Swansea City.
The Narberth-born player met dozens of Pembrokeshire secondary school pupils who took part in a healthy eating and drinking option.
Vending machines in the county's eight secondary schools gave students the chance to enter a raffle and the opportunity to win tickets for the Liberty Stadium.
Joe presented nine pupils with a pair of tickets each at County Hall, Haverfordwest.
The promotion was run in conjunction with Pembrokeshire County Council by Bulk Vending Systems Limited whose managing director, Leigh Dineen, is a director of the football club.
Joe was accompanied on his visit by fellow Swans, Curtis Marsh, Jordan Smith and Gwion Edwards.
After the presentation, the players answered questions, signed autographs and posed for photographs with the pupils.
The winners of tickets to see a match in the New Year were:
Pictured standing with Joe (left) are: Curtis Marsh, Council Chairman David Pugh, Leigh Dineen, Gwion Edwards and Jordan Smith. In the front, left to right are pupils who won tickets: Sam Marchant, Callum John, Arran Harries, Liam Evans, Sophie Busch and Rhys Morgan. Not present were: Sioned Dugmore, Cerys Merchant and Meghan Thomas
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