The Hitchin Ladies Rugby Club players got down and dirty for their last nude calendar to raise money for charity.
The snaps show the girls training with no clothes on at the Hertfordshire field.
Girls pass, tackle and run through sprinklers while other snaps show the lasses prone on the ground in a training pose.
They also form a nude human pyramid and a naked player erects a post protector.
Organiser and inside centre Claire Crompton, 29, said she had mixed emotions about the calendar.
She said: “It is a bit sad that this is the last year but it is quite a bit of work and it has been really successful so we want to end on a high.
“Also we have exhausted the options for photos with everything being covered and I didn’t want it to become boring and just have us holding rugby balls.
“I hadn’t thought about it but this year’s is more revealing because we have less inhibitions each year and we are used to being naked around each other.
“I guess we are more relaxed with each other now.”
Proceeds from the calendar will this year go to the club and Target Ovarian Cancer.
A total of £20,000 has been raised by the club in three years – more than 2,000 worldwide.
“We are used to being naked around each other”
Event worker Claire, from Stevenage, added: “I just want to thank anyone who has supported us, bought a calendar or helped us out.
“We are grateful for the money raised for charity and the club, and hope they enjoyed them too.”
This comes as the group got quite the shock when selling their 2017 calendar.
50 Cent, who has sold 30 million records globally and won a Grammy, shared the girls’ story on Facebook.
The superstar, whose post has been shared around 1,000 times with over 500 comments, said: “That’s one way to raise cash.”
Hitchin then tweeted in response: “So @50cent …. do you want a calendar?”
Claire said at the time: “We were a bit shocked.
“My dad told me about it, I didn’t know my dad was a 50 Cent fan.
“A few people have tried to tweet him.”
She added: “Any publicity is good publicity – we can’t complain”.
The calendars are on sale for £12 and are available from the rugby club shop.