Scotland secured their first Women’s Six Nations win since 2010
They recovered from two tries down to beat Wales
Sarah Law held her nerve with the decisive kick
Scotland won their first Women’s Six Nations game in seven years after defeating Wales 15-14 in an instant classic at Cumbernauld.
Sarah Law’s late penalty sparked dramatic scenes at Broadwood Stadium, as Scotland came from 7-14 down at half-time to snatch a historic win, and their first since 2010.
ales were in control for the majority of the first half, scoring tries through Carys Phillips and a penalty try to establish a commanding 14-0 lead.
But Scotland responded right before the break, thanks to a score from Rhona Lloyd converted by Law.
Lloyd’s crucial second score after 60 minutes was made by a powerful carry from Scotland number eight Jade Konkel got them right back in the contrest.
Lana Skeldon missed the conversion for Lloyd’s try, but Sarah Law’s late penalty gave the Scots victory.