Six Nations 2005: Wales remain unbeaten after thrashing Italy
BBC Wales Sport celebrates 10 years since Wales' historic 2005 Grand Slam, their first since 1978.
Wales secured their first away win in the Six Nations for nearly four years with a 38-8 victory in Rome in February 2005.
Tries from Jonathan Thomas, Tom Shanklin and Martyn Williams gave the visitors a 19-5 half-time advantage.
Luciano Orquera did reply with one for Italy, but second-half efforts from Brent Cockbain, Shane Williams and Robert Sidoli sealed victory.
Fly-half Stephen Jones added four conversions as Wales maintained their superb start to the tournament after beating England the previous week.