Wales fall short against South Africa
South Africa edged Wales 24-15 in a pulsating, physical encounter at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
Jean de Villiers and Bismarck Du Plessis gave the world's second-ranked side a 17-6 half-time lead as Wales lost three players to injury.
Leigh Halfpenny kept the Six Nations champions in touch as both sides lost men to the sin-bin but South Africa's precision kept them in front.
Fourie Du Preez scored late on from his own kick-ahead as Wales fell short.