BBC Sport - Six Nations 2005: Wales close on Grand Slam with Scotland victory

Wales beat Scots as Grand Slam looms

BBC Wales Sport celebrates 10 years since Wales' historic 2005 Grand Slam, their first since 1978.

Wales remained on course to end a 27-year wait for a Grand Slam after a record 46-22 win over Scotland at Murrayfield in March 2005.

Mike Ruddock's side wrapped up their fourth win of the 2005 Six Nations campaign in a sensational opening 40 minutes.

Tries from Ryan Jones, Rhys Williams, Shane Williams and two from Kevin Morgan gave Wales a 38-3 interval lead.

Rhys Williams added a second after the break, before Andy Craig, Rory Lamont and Chris Paterson scored consolation tries for Scotland.