An exciting sporting event will take place this October as UK Representatives Team heads over to Japan to take part in the first ever Visually Impaired Rugby World Cup.
The tri-series is one of the events organised by Rugby Matsuri Project, which aims to make rugby accessible to all, and is supported by charity RNIB.
Speaking with us, Gareth Davies explains how the sport works and why it’s so important to continue doing the things you love after sight loss.
Gareth spoke with RNIB Connect Radio’s Simon Pauley.
(Photo shows a grass pitch with a white and blue rugby ball in the foreground. Photo Credit: The Change Foundation)