Follow the Welsh side's journey to the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup, in pictures.
Wales came into the 2011 Rugby World Cup with a young team that ended up taking the tournament by storm. Here's the story of their journey to the semi-finals.
It starts with heartbreak… in their very first match they are beaten by current champions South Africa, by just one tiny point, even though they played brilliantly. Wales team-mates Luke Charteris (left) and Rhys Priestland (right) sink in despair as the final whistle blows.
A week later things get better, and Wales deliver a convincing 17-10 victory over Samoa, with impressive work from Shane Williams battling through the opposition's defence. He goes on to score the opening try of the game.
But then things get seriously dramatic - Namibia don’t stand a chance against the mighty men of Wales and are thrashed 81-7! Prop Gethin Jenkins looks untouchable as Theuns Kotze of Namibia can't quite reach him.
In the next game against Fiji, Netani Edward Talei can't stop Lloyd Williams of Wales going through to score their eighth try. Fiji don’t even manage to score. Wales cruise through with a 66-0 victory.
In the quarter-finals, Stephen Ferris of Ireland is stopped in his tracks by formidable captain Sam Warburton. Experienced prop Gethin Jenkins says the younger players, like Warburton, have been key to Wales' progress.
Fans in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff watching on big screens are devastated as their team, even with a man down, come so close to winning but lose out after missing too many kicks at goal.
This 3-year-old Welsh fan stands in an empty Millennium Stadium after all the fans have gone home disappointed. There was a real belief that this Wales side could have gone all the way to lift the Webb Ellis trophy this year, but it was not to be.
But then, disaster: in the semi-final against France, this tackle against France's Vincent Clerc proved to be the turning point in Wales' fortunes, with captain Sam Warburton given a red card and Wales going down to 14 men after only twenty minutes had passed.
Back in Auckland, Sam Warburton (centre) leads his heartbroken team around the Eden Park Stadium, accepting the crowd's applause, after losing agonisingly to France 8-9. "The courage and bravery the lads showed was second to none," said Sam. Wales made a lot of friends in New Zealand, thanks to the exciting way they played.