Wales' sporting weekend in photos

Jamie Donaldson is three behind Portugal Masters leader David Lynn of England following the second round at the Oceanica Victoria club in the Algarve
Craig Bellamy embraces daughter Lexie ahead of his final Wales home game, against Macedonia
Declan John and Macedonia's Agim Ibraimi battle for the ball at Cardiff City Stadium
Wales manager Chris Coleman makes a point to the officials
Craig Bellamy helps Simon Church celebrate the latter's goal that gives Wales a 1-0 win
Ross Wardle goes over for the Dragons' opening try in the Amlin Challenge Cup against Mogliano
Tom Prydie looks to break through for the Dragons at Rodney Parade where the hosts win 50-8
Chris Knight of Wales breaks away against Fiji in the 2013 IRB Gold Coast Sevens
Scrum-half Rhodri Williams goes over for the Scarlets in the Heineken Cup at Harlequins
Jonathan Davies takes on Quins' defence
Aaron Shingler wins a line-out for Scarlets
Scott Williams goes over as the Scarlets win 33-26
George North wins a high ball as Northampton take on Castres in France in the Heineken Cup
Newport County captain David Pipe has a shot on goal during his side’s League Two game at Rochdale.
Newport fall behind to a fifth-minute goal at Rochdale as Peter Vincenti (Number Seven) scores a 30-yard screamer.
Newport County players get ready to restart the game after Bastien Hery scored Rochdale’s third goal to secure a 3-0 win.
Osprey Joe Bearman takes on Leinster in the Heineken Cup at Liberty Stadium
Richard Hibbard is halted as the Ospreys trail 13-6 at the break
But Sean O'Brien's try helps Leinster to win 19-9
Defending Ironman World Championship Triathlon title-holder Leanda Cave finishes 13th in the 2013 event in Hawaii
Exeter Chiefs romp into an early lead in their Heineken Cup match against Cardiff Blues, with winger Matt Jess scoring one of four tries for the home side
Cardiff Blues fight back against Exeter, with winger Alex Cuthbert claiming one of four tries by the visitors at Sandy Park
But Cardiff Blues have left themselves too much to do and captain Sam Warburton can only rue a 44-29 defeat at Exeter
Barnet player manager Edgar Davids (fourth left) and Stephen Wright of Wrexham are both sent off by referee Nick Kinseley in their Conference Premier game
Johnny Hunt of Wrexham is also sent off in the 1-1 draw for this tackle on Curtis Weston, which results in the Barnet player being carried off on a stretcher
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