Rugby fans are getting exclusive access to extended highlights of the Wales victory over ACT Brumbies in Australia by going online at the WRU website.
The Welsh Rugby Union secured agreement to webcast around minutes of the best action from the game with full commentary.
The footage was uploaded onto wru.co.uk so that fans could catch up on all the scores free at www.wru.co.uk.
Further exclusive post-match reaction is available to rugby fans who have subscribed to the WRU's online Gold
Supporters Club which is also available via the main website.
The Welsh Rugby Union stepped in to webcast the match highlights after it emerged the game was not being screened live on TV.
The WRU website available on www.wru.co.uk carries all the latest text, audio and video news about the national sport of Wales.
Any fans who want to watch the extra and exclusive footage of post match interviews can sign up to the Welsh Rugby Union's supporters club Gold package which costs £45 and can be accessed directly via http://supporters.wru.co.uk/welcome.php
The supporters club, which features different membership levels, includes a host of extra offers to supporters who want to have a glimpse inside the world of Welsh rugby.
The full range of benefits available to Gold subscribers to the WRU supporters' club is:
• Weekly E-zines
• Exclusive WRU TV Gold
• Exclusive merchandise offers
• Priority tickets (ballot non-public sale )
• Priority tickets (ballot public sale + pre reg pre public sale)
• Exclusive Partner offers
• 10% off Rugby Stars
• Members only competitions
• Free Tours
• 10% off Merchandise
• 10% off Cardiff Arms Cafe
• Free entry to U20 and Woman's games
• Exclusive access to Members website
• Exclusive Members events
• Exclusive WRU loyalty points scheme
• Personalised Christmas card
• Welcome pack and membership card
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