Wales are preparing to take on Ireland in what is expected to be thrilling Grand Slam decider on Saturday.
Back in 2005 Wales beat Ireland 32-20 at the Principality Stadium to be crowned Grand Slam champions.
Then coach Mike Ruddock watched as Wales went from win to win. It started with a landslide victory against Italy, beating them 38-8 and then later on defeating rivals England 11-9.
As the Grand Slam came within Wales' sight, the lead up to the Ireland game drew in thousands of fans that filled the streets of Cardiff.
The weather was also on-side as crowds gathered in a designated 'fan zone' outside City Hall.
2005 Wales Squad
Michael Owen (Capt.) Kevin Morgan Mark Taylor Tom Shanklin Gavin Henson Shane Williams Stephen Jones Dwayne Peel Gethin Jenkins Mefin Davies Adam Jones Brent Cockbain Robert Sidoli Ryan Jones Martyn Williams
Replacements: Robin McBryde, John Yapp, Johnathan Thomas, Robin Sowden-Taylor, Mike Phillips, Ceri Sweeney, Sonny Parker.
The 2005 Result
Wales - 32 (16) Tries: Gethin Jenkins, Kevin Morgan Cons: Stephen Jones - 2 Pens: Gavin Henson, Stephen Jones - 4 Drop: Gavin Henson
Ireland: 20 (6) Tries: Marcus Horan, Geordan Murphy Cons: David Humphreys - 2 Pens: Ronan O'Gara - 2
Welsh legend Max Boyce relives the moment he sang in front of 80,000 fans before Wales beat Ireland to be crowned Grand Slam champions in 2005.
All eyes now turn to Saturday in anticipation of another historic victory for Wales in Cardiff.