Wales have beaten Italy 26-9 to record their second victory of their Six Nations campaign.
Second-half tries from Jonathan Davies and Alex Cuthbert added to 16 points from the boot of Leigh Halfpenny, in a scrappy game in which attacking rugby was made difficult by heavy rain.
After opening-day defeat against Ireland, and victory over France, this result means Wales are still in with a chance of defending their Six Nations title, even if another Grand Slam is long gone.
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Some sunshine in the morning but most of the country will turn cloud and damp in the afternoon.
Low cloud will bring murky conditions with extensive hill fog.
The team, which is manned by volunteers, will operate out of Pontardawe Fire Station in partnership with Mid and West Wales Fire Service.