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Swansea City will be playing in the Premier League
next season after all.
Their convincing win over Sunderland yesterday paved the way
to avoid relegation.
But the celebrations started in earnest for players and fans
after Crystal Palace's 4-0 victory over Hull this afternoon.
Top flight football guarantees millions of pounds for the club
and the local economy.
More on this from Nicola Smith.
This is the moment the Swansea players were waiting for.
CHEERING AND SHOUTING
Angel Rangel posted this video on social media
as Crystal Palace scored a third goal,
putting Swansea's future beyond doubt.
And at the Smith Arms in Swansea, jubilation.
# Swansea City! #
I feel sorry for the other fans, for the Hull fans, but I'm a Jack
at the end of the day, you know, and over the moon!
I can't believe it, I can't believe what's happened, like.
We are still up in the Premiership and that's where we needed to be.
It all started to feel possible yesterday when Swansea
beat Sunderland 2-0 at the Stadium of Light.
Fernando Llorente was on form, scoring in the ninth minute before
Kyle Naughton doubled the lead, his first for the club.
And it's 2-0!
The goal gave us that lift and that confidence to go on and play.
I would have been happy coming in at, you know, 1-0,
but a great moment just before the half gave us that platform
to go on and get the victory.
Paul Clement became Head Coach in January, the third this season,
and the Supporters' Trust believe he has made all the difference.
He has obviously worked well with the players, trained them hard,
he has got the respect, and it has worked,
it has all clicked into place.
So, what now?
One former Swansea player told me new signings must be top
of the club's to-do list.
For next season, the squad that they have got there
at the moment is only good enough to stay in the bottom half.
I think the club need to buy three or four players, they have
to look at their structure, at how much they pay for players.
It is millions and millions of pounds to be in
the Premier League, per club.
So, Swansea have got to splash the cash, really,
but on good, sensible buys, and hopefully Paul Clement
is the man to do that.
It is perhaps an understatement to say this has been a turbulent
season for Swansea City.
But this afternoon, the happy ending so many had dreamed of.
So, there will be Premier League football in the city
for another year.
That will generate millions for the club and the local area.
And one more thing is for sure, the Liberty Stadium will be bouncing
when they play their final game of the season there next Sunday.
Nicola Smith reporting.
A man has been charged with the murder of
a mother-of-two from Kinmel Bay.
Police say that a body found yesterday is that of Tracey Kearns,
who went missing a week ago.
48-year-old Anthony James Bird is due to appear before
Llandudno magistrates tomorrow.
A man has died after falling whilst walking in Snowdonia.
Police were called after reports that someone had
slipped in the North Gully on Tryfan Mountain just after midday.
The man, believed to be in his 50s or 60s and from Exeter,
was walking with his daughter at the time.
He was airlifted to hospital, but was later pronounced dead.
Neil Hamilton says the general election has come
at a "very inopportune" time for his party.
Ukip's leader in the Assembly told the Sunday Politics Wales
programme the new leader, Paul Nuttall, still had to
bed himself in and communicate what the party is for.
But he said Ukip was here to stay.
Sport, and Welsh cyclist Geraint Thomas' hopes of winning
the Giro d'Italia suffered a major blow as he was involved in a crash
caused by a police motorbike 15km from the finish on stage nine.
Team Sky's Thomas, who was second at the start of the day,
finished over five minutes behind the leader.
He described the incident as "ridiculous".
Cricket, and Glamorgan have beaten Kent in a One-Day Cup game
in dramatic fashion.
The home team posted a mammoth total of 356,
which proved to be just too much for Kent, who were bowled out
for 341 runs.
It was a thrIlling day for the crowd at St Helen's in Swansea,
who witnessed 35 sixes being hit,
equalling the UK record for one game.
Let's take a quick look now at what the weather
has in store for us.
After a dry night, we can expect rain to arrive
from the west by dawn.
Monday will be largely overcast with rain for much of the day
across western areas.
Staying windy, with highs of 17 Celsius.
And that's it from the BBC Wales Today Sunday team,
thanks for your company.
Our next update will be in our Breakfast bulletins, but for now.
Nos da, goodnight.
That's it from the BBC London weekend team.
I hope you have a very good night.