Wales captain Sam Warburton will see a specialist in London, to try to determine the severity of the shoulder injury which forced him off at half-time in the Grand Slam-clinching win over France at the weekend. The 23-year-old flanker only played two halves and one full game during the Six Nations.
Warburton has already had two scans on his shoulder, which proved inconclusive. There are fears he could miss the rest of the season, including Cardiff's Heineken Cup quarter-final against Leinster, and Wales' three-Test summer tour to Australia.
The Wales and Dragons flanker Dan Lydiate has been chosen as the best player in this year's 6 Nations Championship.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has welcomed Wales’ victorious Grand Slam squad to the Senedd to present the Six Nations trophy to the team.
The Welsh Government has invited the Grand Slam-winning team and Wales fans to the Senedd for a special event this evening.