Wales cruise past Fiji
Leigh Halfpenny of Wales charges forward during the IRB Rugby World Cup Pool D match between Wales and Fiji at Waikato Stadium on October 2, 2011 in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Wales confirmed their place in the World Cup quarter-finals on Sunday with a comfortable 66-0 win over a second-string Fiji side in Hamilton.
Wales secured a four-try bonus point in the first half of a one-sided affair and will now face Ireland in Wellington next Saturday.
Wales went on to run in a total of nine unanswered tries and landed all their kicks in yet another impressive display in both the set-pieces and from their free-running backs.
Fiji arrived with somewhat naive tactics and selected a team based on the concept of "having fun", but they could not have enjoyed being run ragged by a better-organised Welsh side.
Man of the match: Plenty of names to choose from with two-try Roberts and skipper Warburton strong candidates. But the official award went to barnstorming wing George North for his eye-catching runs and offloads. We won't argue.
George North of Wales charges forward during the IRB Rugby World Cup Pool D match between Wales and Fiji at Waikato Stadium on October 2, 2011 in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Wales v Ireland
Wales finishes 3-1
Fiji finishes 1-3