Tourism chief praises 'worldwide exposure' for Cardiff

Roger Pride, Managing Director of Cardiff & Co, talks to Business Correspondent Carole Green about the effect this weekend's match has had on Cardiff.

"A typical Six Nations game will bring in about £10 million to the city. This will have brought in considerably more" he said.

"This could be regarded as the first social media Grand Slam. The people who've come to city and had a great time are going to be tweeting and on facebook. These images are going to be sent all around the world".

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Grand Slam celebrations

Wales are taking home their third Six Nations Grand Slam in eight years after beating France 16-9 at the Millennium Stadium.