Wales player ratings vs Scotland: Who shone and who flopped at the Principality Stadium?

Wales player ratings vs Scotland. RUCK marks every Welsh player after their opening Six Nations victory against Scotland. Scroll on down to see our player ratings.

15 Leigh Halfpenny: The fullback scored two tries after not scoring a Test try for five years. He was also faultless from the tee, taking his total haul to 24 points. 9/10

14 Josh Adams: Looks like he was born to play Test rugby. He’s only going to get better. 7.5/10

13 Scott Williams: Marshalled the Welsh defence efficiently, winning a couple of superb turnovers. Also attacked with purpose and now looks very at home at Test level now. 7.5/10

12 Hadleigh Parkes: He’s a typical New Zealander, he does the right things at the right times. Makes up for what he lacks in pace with experience and natural skills. 7/10

11 Steff Evans: Scoring a stylish try to secure the bonus-point, Evans always looked to take the positive option and will get better and better as the competition goes on. 8/10

10 Rhys Patchell: He’s an intelligent player. He’s matured in the Scarlets shirt in the last two years and put in a performance of the highest level. Sometimes tried to force things but overall a superb outing. 7.5/10

9 Gareth Davies: The scrum-half has scored 10 Test tries since the beginning of the Rugby World Cup, more than any other international 9 in that time. He was fantastic today, apart from one crooked scrum feed. 8/10

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