Cymru returned to North Wales after a four year absence - hosting Gibraltar in a friendly fixture at the world's oldest international football stadium.
A filled STōK Cae Ras eagerly awaited a star-studded Welsh side to take to the pitch under the floodlights. Cymru opened the scoring in the 23rd minute - captain Ben Davies finding the back of the net. The scoreline soon changed with a second just three minutes later - this time for Kieffer Moore. Cymru didn't settle for just the two - pushing on they slotted in another; Nathan Broadhead striking the ball into the visiting side's net for a third time. One last slice of entertainment before the half came to an end came as Moore scored his second of the night.
A second half started with four changes for Cymru - Rob Page giving match time to Tom Bradshaw, Tom Lockyer, Joshua Sheehan and Wayne Hennessey. Cymru remained focused on the Gibraltar goal with attacks being made from both sides before one last change for Cymru as Neco Williams made way for the Corwen local Harry Wilson. Looking to further add to the goal tally the squad pushed on - however it wasn't to be, the match ending with a Cymru win under the floodlights.
See how the friendly against Gibraltar looked through the lens of Club Photographer Gemma Thomas - as Cymru build up to Sunday's EURO 2024 qualifier against Croatia.