Cardiff Blues clinched an enthralling 29-20 against Glasgow Warriors at the Arms Park, to maintain their challenge for a place in the knock-out phase of the Heineken Cup.
Rhys Patchell scored the Welsh side's first try of the match, helping them build a 16-0 lead.
The visitors fought back, before an interception try from Alex Cuthbert in the 73rd minute sealed an important win for the Blues.
The Ospreys lost 16-28 at home to Glasgow this evening, after leading with just over ten minutes to go.
Two late tries from DTH van der Merwe and Ryan Wilson denied the Welsh side the win and even a losing bonus point.
Flight BE1431 from Glasgow was due at 08:30 but is now expected at 11:45.
A woman from Swansea says she was stunned to recieve a ticket for a driving offence in a place she's never been.
Christine Quick was fined by Glasgow City Council for driving in a bus lane, but she was still at home in South Wales.
Nicola Hendy went to meet her.
A woman from Swansea is to receive an apology from Glasgow Council, after it fined her for a traffic offence despite not having ever visited Scotland.
64-year-old Christine Quick was given the £60 fine for allegedly driving in a bus lane.
– Christine Quick
I was shocked - and I started thinking where I might have accidentally driven into a bus lane. Then I realised it said the offence had taken place in Glasgow, I have never been there in my life. I was upset because I had done nothing wrong. Whoever it was, it was not my car.
When Christine asked for CCTV evidence to be provided, it was found that the offending vehicle's number plate was illegible in the footage.
– Glasgow City Council spokesperson
The penalty charge has been incorrectly processed. We will cancel the penalty charge and an apology will be issued.