Watch: Women’s Six Nations – Scotland v Wales


Scotland team to play Wales: 15. Chloe Rollie; 14. Rhona Lloyd, 13. Hannah Smith, 12. Lisa Thomson (captain), 11. Annabel Sergeant; 10. Helen Nelson, 9. Mhairi Grieve; 1. Megan Kennedy, 2. Lana Skeldon, 3. Mairi Forsyth, 4. Emma Wassell, 5. Sarah Bonar, 6. Rachel Malcolm, 7. Rachel McLachlan, 8. Jade Konkel

Replacements: 16. Jodie Rettie, 17. Lisa Cockburn, 18. Katie Dougan, 19. Nicola Howat, 20. Deborah McCormack, 21. Jenny Maxwell, 22. Lisa Martin, 23. Abi Evans

Wales team to play Scotland: 15. Lauren Smyth; 14. Jasmine Joyce,13. Hannah Jones, 12. Lleucu George, 11. Jess Kavanagh; 10. Robyn Wilkins, 9. Keira Bevan; 1. Caryl Thomas, 2. Carys Phillips (captain), 3. Amy Evans, 4. Gwen Crabb, 5. Mel Clay, 6. Alex Callender, 7. Bethan Lewis, 8. Siwan Lillicrap,

Replacements: 16. Kelsey Jones, 17. Cara Hope, 18. Cerys Hale, 19. Alisha Butchers, 20. Manon Johnes, 21. Ffion Lewis, 22. Lisa Neumann, 23. Elinor Snowsill

Bottom of the desk clash for Wales and Scotland

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Video caption: ‘What a evening for the 21-One year-primitive’ – Gabrielle Vernier hat-trick sinks Scotland

Wales experience to Scotland aiming for his or her first victory in
the Women’s 2019 Six International locations.

After a traumatic 3-3 intention in opposition to Italy in round two,
Wales suffered a 9-try defeat to England within the third round of fits. The 52-12
loss did seek Jess Kavanagh and Cerys Hale lumber of their team’s first tries of the 2019 tournament.

Scotland start up the match propping up the desk having failed
to rep up a level from their three video games.

Final One year’s Colossal Slam winners, France eased to a happy 41-10 victory over Coloration Munro’s aspect within the
previous round of fits.

That defeat came
after losses to Ireland and Italy within the first two rounds of the opponents.

You might perhaps be in a website online to web with the whole motion from the third weekend of the
2019 Women’s Six International locations right here.

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