That's it from us this afternoon but there is plenty more Six Nations action to enjoy today, as Ireland, England and France all have hopes of winning the title.
But here at Parc y Scarlets it's Scotland's day, a first win in Wales since 2002 and a first away in the Six Nations other than in Italy since 2010 and they deserved it.
It was far from a thrilling encounter, with the wind playing a big part in proceedings, but Gregor Townsend and Scotland won't mind one bit.
It wasn't the day of celebration hoped for Alun Wyn Jones, as he became the world's record cap holder with 149 Tests, and for Wales that is now five straight international defeats under Wayne Pivac.
The Autumn Nations Cup awaits Wales and Scotland next.
Thank you for joining us, enjoy the rest of the rugby, and until next time.