Triple Crown success for Wales
Wales clinched the Triple Crown with a dramatic 19-12 victory over England at Twickenham after a brilliant solo try from Scott Williams.
With the scores tied at 12-12, the replacement centre ripped the ball off Courtney Lawes and regathered his own kick ahead to score the decisive try.
In a thrilling finale, England wing David Strettle came within inches of scoring with the final play of the game, as the television official ruled he had not grounded the ball in the corner.
England fly-half Owen Farrell and Wales' Leigh Halfpenny each kicked four penalties in an absorbing encounter.
In many ways, it was rough justice on England after they pushed below-par Wales to the limit, but they lacked a killer instinct.
England could still win the Six Nations title, yet the ball is now firmly in Wales' court, with the title and Grand Slam theirs if they win home games against Italy and France next month.
Should they seal the deal, it would give them a second Six Nations title and Grand Slam of coach Warren Gatland's four-year reign, but France in Cardiff on March 17 will provide a huge obstacle to overcome.
Wales captain and man of the match Sam Warburton told BBC1 afterwards: "We didn't play well at all today.
"We knew it was going to be our toughest game so far, knew England are a quality outfit and flipping heck that was one hell of a Test match.
"To get the Triple Crown is unbelievable."