Legendary Wales wing JJ Williams has died at the age of 72.
Williams was a star wing of the Wales sides of the 1970s, scoring 12 tries in 30 Tests between 1973 and 1979.
A sprinter who competed at the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, he was then part of the Welsh sides that won four Five Nations titles, including two Grand Slams.
Williams also made seven Test appearances for the Lions in tours to South Africa in 1974 and New Zealand in 1977.
During the former, he scored two tries in as many Tests against the Springboks and a record-equalling six in a 97-0 rout of South West Districts.
The clinical flyer sits third on the all-time list of Lions try-scorers with 22 in 26 games.
Williams leaves wife Jane and children Kathryn, James and Rhys, the former European champion and Commonwealth Games silver medallist in the 400metre hurdles.
Wales players will wear black armbands in Saturday's Six Nations match with Scotland in Llanelli, where Williams spent much of his club career.
Head coach Wayne Pivac said: "On behalf of the national squad, management and team, our thoughts and condolences go out to JJ's family and friends.
"It always is poignant when you have a player of that ilk passing away. We'll show our respects by wearing the black armbands."