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