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Wales players have taken to Twitter to thank the fans for all their support during their Rugby World Cup campaign. Hooker Scott Baldwin, who was taken off the pitch during Wales 23-19 loss to South Africa, says his injury isn't too serious.
What a roller coaster journey. Support been absolutely amazing and I thank you all so much. It has made this RWC very special. #CymruAmByth
Unbelievable support thank you! Obvious disappointment from today's result but proud of my team, proud of my country and proud to be Welsh!
Thanks for all the messages regarding the injury, nothing to serious. Absolutely gutted with the result but so proud to be part of this team
Gutted with the result lastnight credit to South Africa!honoured to wear the red jersey thanks for all the support?? http://t.co/2C7FivMElz
Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies has praised Warren Gatland and the Wales team for reaching the quarter-finals.
They performed competitively in every game and were wonderful ambassadors for Welsh rugby and for Wales off the field as well.
The players can all be justifiably proud of what they achieved and we all thank them for keeping us on the edges of our seats for the past few weeks.
Our fans have been magnificent too and I want to thank them all for the wonderful support they gave to the Wales squad from start to finish.
It may not have been the result we'd hoped for, but Wales fought hard to overcome injury and reach the quarter-finals.Read the full story ›
Sam Warburton says Wales's World Cup exit is very premature and he feels the team were physically 'in a good place.'
For some of the players this would've been their last World Cup and Warburton says they threw everything they could at South Africa, so it's disappointing that they couldn't hold on for the win.
From an effort point of view, I have no regrets. But for me I think the 12 points in the first half, we gave away four penalties all of which really we weren't under that much pressure. We said we couldn't give away penalties in that part of the field and we did. For me those 12 points were probably the most crucial 12 points that we gave away - it's effectively two tries...to give 12 points away like that was disappointing.
Asked whether he thinks South Africa will go on to win the tournament for a third time, Warburton says the Springboks and Australia are tough sides to play against, but the great thing about the World Cup is it's still wide open who can reach the final.
Warren Gatland says the Wales team are 'absolutely gutted' to be out of the Rugby World Cup, but he's proud of the guys.Read the full story ›
Happiness and sadness, with a bit of anger. This is how Twitter users felt about Wales during their last game in the Rugby World Cup.