The latest winners in Butch and Lorna’s Six Nations charity raffle have been revealed.

After three match weekends in this year’s championships there’s not much to shout about from a Welsh perspective on the field - but that hasn’t stopped two of Brecon’s most renowned fundraisers from selling raffle tickets for charity.

After just three games, Butch and Lorna have raised an incredible £2,752 for Cancer Research Wales.

The latest winners posed for a photo with their prizes last Thursday morning in Brecon.

Peter Butcher won first prize in the Scotland match, winning a jersey, and Joan Tolman won second prize, pictured above with a t-shirt.

For the England encounter, Alan Jones won first prize of a jersey, and Val Shelley won the second prize of a t-shirt.

In true fundraising spirit, Alan Jones has very kindly decided to re-donate his prize, which will be raffled off in The Sarah Siddons pub very soon.

The list of raffle winners for Wales' first match of this year's championships was revealed last month.

With plenty more prizes on offer ahead of Wales' final two games, Butch and Lorna will be back outside Brecon's Guildhall this coming Friday and Saturday selling tickets for Cancer Research Wales.