Well for Barbarians rugby, Wales Women, and in particular Jasime Joyce, it was some night in America.

The former St Davids girl crossed over four times, including a try in the dying seconds, to help the Ba-Baas Women to an historic 34-33 win over the USA in Denver.

And 9 of the the other 13 points came from the only other two Welsh players involved, with a try for flanker Allisha Butchers and two conversions from No 10 Elinor Snowsill.

In an epic contest, full back Joyce gave the invitational side the lead after just 40 seconds after breaking tackles out wide, and Snowsill converted.

America hit back as Amy Naber-Bonte crossed and Gabrielle Cantorna converted before Neariah Persinger also touched down to make it 12-7.

But the Ba-Baas then took control in a chaotic final seven minutes of the half.

Worcester Valkyries flier Joyce touched down twice in two minutes, Snowsill converting both, and then further scores from Irish wing Ali Miller and Butchers made it 29-12 at half time.

The game continued to be open after half time though and back came USA. Tries for centre Eti Haungatau, Persinger, and skipper Kate Zackar, all converted by Cantorna, seemingly sealed a fightback win.

That last try came with just two minutes left but there was still time for Joyce to steal the show. Straight from kick off the tourists got the ball in her hands and the Olympian did the rest with another clinical finish to seal a 34-33 win for her side.