Wales' sporting week in photos

Wales players enter the field to warm-up at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth ahead of the opening game of their South Africa tour against EP Kings.
Matthew Morgan gets into space during Wales' opening tour game against EP Kings in Port Elizabeth.
Alex Cuthbert scores Wales' fourth try in the victory over EP Kings in Port Elizabeth.
Wales players are applauded off the pitch by their EP Kings opponents following their 34-12 win in Port Elizabeth.
Aaron Shingler tries to stop Alex Cuthbert in his tracks during a Wales squad training session
Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones drives through crash pads during a Welsh training session in South Africa.
Welsh golfer Jamie Donaldson negotiates the rough at Pinewood on his way to shooting his opening round of 70, level par, at the US Open.
Kings Park, Durban, where Wales will take on South Africa in the first Test of their summer tour on Saturday.
Wales fly-half Dan Biggar practises a few kicks at Growthpoint Kings Park in Durban, South Africa.
Mark Wallace bats during Glamorgan's T20 Blast group game against Kent at the Swalec Stadium.
Darren Sammy celebrates with his Glamorgan team-mates after taking a wicket against Kent
Glamorgan players had further reason to celebrate when Jacques Rudolph ran out Kent’s Doug Bollinger to secure a draw in dramatic style at the Swalec Stadium.
Swansea City midfielder Jonathan de Guzman fights off a challenge by Xabi Alonso in Netherlands’ 5-1 World Cup win over Spain.
Cardiff City's Gary Medel challenges Tim Cahill during Chile's 3-1 win over Australia in the World Cup.
Wales wing George North, fit to start after illness, takes on South Africa’s JP Pietersen and Willie le Roux during the first Test in Durban.
South Africa’s Bryan Habana touches down for one of two tries against Wales.
Wales centre Jamie Roberts is yellow carded for tackling Willie le Roux in the air
Alex Cuthbert runs in to score a memorable late consolation try for Wales.
Dejected Wales players leave the pitch following their 38-16 defeat to South Africa in Durban.
Wales’ Angharad James is tackled by Turkey’s Hanife Demiryol during the Women’s World Cup qualifier at Haverfordwest, which the home side won 1-0.
Wales U20’s Rory Thornton makes a break during his side’s narrow 18-19 defeat by France in the IRB Junior World Championship in New Zealand.
Chief executive Roger Lewis welcomes delegates to the Welsh Rugby Union’s Extraordinary General Meeting in Port Talbot.
David Moffett, who prompted the EGM between the WRU and its clubs, was also present for the event.
Andrew Salter celebrates after Daniel Bell-Drummond was caught by Ben Wright off his bowling on the opening day of Glamorgan’s County Championship match against Kent.
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