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Last Updated: Saturday, 24 November 2007, 14:40 GMT
Wales v South Africa photos

Jake White

Wales 12-34 South Africa: Coach Jake White peers out at the Millennium Stadium before his team face Wales

Prince William meets the South Africa captain John Smit

South Africa captain John Smit introduces Prince William to his World Cup-winning team before the game

Juan Smith scores South Africa's first try

South Africa make a superb start and Juan Smith scores their first try in the 20th minute

Jacque Fourie

Within five minutes Jacque Fourie goes over in the corner and the lead increases to 15-0

Jacque Fourie

The referee is Fourie's nearest challenger as he coasts in for his second try with barely half an hour played

JP Pietersen

JP Pietersen glides in to score South Africa's fourth try as the rout continues at the Millennium Stadium

Gavin Henson

Gavin Henson takes out some of his frustrations with a crunching challenge on South African Francois Steyn

Morgan Stoddart scores

Morgan Stoddart holds off the attentions of Francois Steyn to record a try on his debut for Wales

John and Emma Smit with Prince William

Prince William hands the trophy bearing his name to John Smit and his daughter Emma after South Africa's commanding win

Jake White

Jake White says his farewells after taking charge of the South African team for the final time



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Wales 12-34 South Africa
24 Nov 07 |  Welsh


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