From Ysgol Dewi Sant together, to Haverfordwest Ladies RFC, to scoring tries for Wales.

It was a memorable occasion for Jasmine Joyce and Lisa Neumann last night as both wingers scored a brace of tries as Wales Women beat Hong Kong 65-0 at Cardiff Arms Park.

For Neumann, now playing for Waterloo and also RGC at regional level, the scores represented her first in international colours.

"I was absolutely buzzing to get over the try line," she told Telegraph Sport.

"The girls set me up so well in attack and it was an amazing feeling to be able to finish it off. I was happy to be able to have some sort of impact and I really really enjoyed playing. It was a lot of fun and hopefully I'll be able to do it again."

After Robyn Wilkins had landed an early penalty, it was Olympian and Bristol Ladies' winger Joyce who got the ball rolling when she sped down to right for the opening try.

And then came Neumann's special moment as she rounded off a team move that started deep in Welsh territory - followed again by Joyce who danced under the posts for a third Welsh try in two games, having also touched down against South Africa last week.

Whitland No 8 and Welsh captain for the night Sioned Harries also powered over for two tries in the second half, and Neumann later added her second after darting through a gap in the Hong Kong defence.

Beth Lewis, debutant Gwen Crabb and Siwan Lillicrap also grabbed tries, with Wilkins adding six conversions as Rowland Phillips' side made it two out of two for the autumn.

Ysgol Penrhyn Dewi (formerly Ysgol Dewi Sant), took two buses and 75 people up to watch the pair, and former coaches and team mates from St Davids and Haverfordwest RFC also travelled.

"They make us all very proud," said Rachael Thomas, who both ex-pupils have credited in the past for getting them involved in sport in YDS.

"They bring great honour to our school and community and are models of hard work, respect, resilience and commitment.

"They have never forgotten where they have come from and the youngsters were so excited to see them play. They are inspiring a generation of girls."

Wales Women play their final game of the year next Saturday against Canada, 11.30am kick off at Cardiff Arms Park.