It was two wins from two for Wales last night as both the Women's side and then the Under 20s saw off Scotland in their double header at Colwyn Bay's Stadium Zip World last night.

Firstly it was the women, coached by former Ysgol Dewi Sant pupil Roland Phillips and captained by his daughter Carys, who prevailed 18-17.

The hosts led 13-0 at the break as wings Jess Kavanagh-Williams and Hannah Bluck capped a dominant first half team display with tries, and full back Jodie Evans added a penalty.

Centre Cerin Lake also crossed for Wales after the break, but they were left hanging on as Scotland full back Chloe Rollie scored twice, to go with a further try from prop Jade Konkel and Helen Nelson conversion.

It left Phillips' side hanging on, but hang on they did for a crucial win, with several key players unavailable whilst out in Australia with Wales Sevens, as part of preparations for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Whitland Ladies player Lleucu George was a second half replacement, the 18-year-old coming on at outside half with 15 minutes left - and there was a first Welsh cap for Haverfordwest Ladies centre Lisa Neumann who came on in the dying seconds. Also involved as a replacement was former Ysgol Y Preseli pupil and flanker Nia Elen Davies, of Penybanc.

There was no late tension in the Under 20s match however, as they hammered The Scots 36-3 with tries from scrum half Harri Morgan, winger Joe Goodchild, centre Corey Baldwin (2), and flanker Dan Davies. 

Full back Cai Evans landed four conversions while Paddy Dewhirst kicked the only three points for a well beaten Scotland.

Again impressing on the wing was Llanelli RFC player and former Greenhill School pupil Ryan Conbeer, whose charging first half run that saw him evade several tackles en route to the Scotland 22 set up the try for Goodchild.