26/11/2004 : Wales v Japan
Mint condition programme from this game played at The Millenium Stadium.
Wales (98) v Japan (0)
Wales recorded the biggest win in their illustrious international history tonight as they ran hapless Japan ragged.
Captain Colin Charvis led the way, scoring four of his team´s 14 tries a record for a Welsh forward - to help his team end their four-Test autumn series in scintillating style.
Centre Gavin Henson kicked all 14 conversions, another Welsh Test record, with Wales eclipsing their 91-point winning margin against Portugal in a World Cup qualifier 10 years ago, when they triumphed 102-11 in Lisbon.
For Japan, crushed 100-8 by Scotland in Perth earlier this month and defeated away to Romania six days ago, it proved another horribly harsh learning experience.
Wales toyed with their opponents throughout the game.