It’s been an exciting week for Wales fans in Dublin with their final game of the season, with the first-ever Guinness PRO12 clash taking place at St Patrick’s Athletic Stadium.
Wales beat the Irish in their first-round match, while Wales also beat England in the semi-final.
But the highlight of the week came as the Wales players got together to watch the Welsh national anthem and watch the final at the St Patrick Stadium, with it taking a special moment.
After the game, Ireland boss Warren Gatland was asked what the mood was at the end of the match, to which he replied: “Very proud of you.
We’re very proud of what we’ve done for this country and the people.
You’ve got to give credit to our players and to the people.””
It was an absolutely special atmosphere, we’ve all got a lot of pride in the way we’ve performed.
We have been a bit unlucky at times and we’ve not had a lot to play for but it was good to have the opportunity to do that.””
There were a lot more players out there than I thought there would be.
We had a really good start and we took that into the second half and put it away.””
We didn’t play well in the second period and we’re disappointed we haven’t scored more goals, but that’s the nature of the business.”