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Ospreys have beaten Dragons in the second Welsh derby of the day.
After a mostly scoreless second half, a Dan Biggar penalty extended the visitors' lead jut after 70 minutes. Despite efforts from the Dragons in the closing minutes of the game, it wasn't enough.
Final score: Dragons 0-10 Ospreys.
Newport Gwent Dragons are hosting Ospreys at a very muddy Rodney Parade in today's second Welsh derby.
The game was in doubt due to the condition of the pitch, but after three pitch inspections, it was deemed fit for play.
Jason Tipuric broke out to make it over the line to get the Ospreys their first try of the game, with the extra two points provided by a Dan Biggar conversion. Ospreys's Tom Habberfield was sent to the sin bin for tackling without arms, but it made no difference to the score.
Half time: Dragons 0-7 Ospreys.
Students and graduates from the University of South Wales have developed and made a dragon as part of a Welsh advertising campaign.
They used this model, seen at Caerphilly Castle, as a basis for their design. The advert sees the creature fly from Caerphilly to Chepstow, Cardiff Bay, Harlech Castle, and then finally, landing at Caernarfon Castle.
Watch Megan Boot's exclusive behind the scenes look to see how it was made:
It took the group of 12 students and graduates of the University of South Wales weeks to produce the film for Cadw:
The students say it's been an exciting project to be involved with, and hope it will showcase their talent.
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The Dragons held on to their first half lead to seal the win over Leinster in the Pro12.
The Irish side went ahead in the second half after a Dave Kearney try, but a Tom Prydie penalty clawed back the lead for the visitors.
Final score Leinster 14-16 Dragons.
The Dragons went down to 14 men twice in the first half against Leinster with Nick Crosswell and Thomas Rhys Thomas picking up yellow cards in the first 25 minutes. The visitors are currently leading 6-10 at half time thanks to a Patrick Leach try and a conversion and penalty from Tom Prydie.
The Dragons' hopes of qualifying for Europe were dealt a blow this afternoon, after they lost by 24 points to 8 at home to Connacht.
The visitors ran in five tries at Rodney Parade. Tom Prydie scored the Dragons' only try in a game which leaves them 9th in the Pro 12 table.
Welsh internationals Taulupe Faletau and Andrew Coombs are both set to play their part in the Dragons Pro12 clash with Connacht later today.
The Dragons have not been defeated at Rodney Parade in the competition since Munster visited in round 9. But they've lost their last six matches against Irish provinces.
The Dragons have won only one of their last five contests with Connacht and that was back in November 2012.