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It's been confirmed that Wales will play two of their Rugby World Cup group games in front of a home crowd in Cardiff in 2015.
The Millennium Stadium will host eight games in total, including two quarter finals. The tournament is being hosted by England.
Richard Morgan reports.
Sat Sep 26 England v Wales (Pool A)
Sat Oct 10 Australia v Wales (Pool A)
Sun Sep 20 Wales v Play-Off Winner (Pool A)
Thu Oct 1 Wales v Oceania 1 (Pool A)
Cardiff's Millennium Stadium will host two quarter-finals in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, organisers have confirmed.
The stadium will also be the venue for six pool matches, which will includes two Wales games.
It's all level at half-time in the first big Welsh derby between the Dragons and the Scarlets at the Millennium Stadium. A try and a penalty a-piece has seen both sides go into the break at 10-10.
Sergeant David Joseph has retired from his role as Goat Major after 35 years.
He led Shenkin the goat onto the Millennium Stadium pitch before Wales v Australia yesterday.
Sgt Joseph, who must look after the goat every day of the year, told ITV Wales: "I'm looking forward to a holiday with my wife. We haven't been away since the 1980s."
Leigh Halfpenny has been discharged from hospital after injuring his neck during yesterday's game. He was carried off the pitch on a stretcher during the last few moments of the game.
Halfpenny underwent scans last night to rule out any serious neck injury.
In a statement today, he said:
– Leigh Halfpenny, Wales full-back
I want to say thank you to all of the medical teams who have looked after me following my injury yesterday.The paramedics, WRU and Millennium Stadium medical teams were outstanding. All of the staff at University Hospital Wales were also amazing.Everyone has been so supportive and the care that I have had has been incredibly professional and second to none. I'd also like to thank all of those who have been sending me messages of support following the injury.
The Welsh Rugby Union say that Halfpenny will now undertake a period of treatment and rehabilitation to ensure a swift return to play.
The man in charge of the Royal Welsh regimental goat has handed over the reins after 35 years.
Sgt David Joseph, who is retiring as Goat Major, led Shenkin the goat out for the final time at the Millennium Stadium yesterday.
Before the game they attracted plenty of attention from shoppers and rugby fans as they meandered through the Welsh capital.
Sgt Joseph admitted it was an 'emotional' day but said he couldn't imagine a better end to his career than appearing before a home rugby match.