This was everything a Six Nations match should be, well, the last 10-20 minutes were, anyway. Scotland looked dominant, leading throughout, and Wales were prone to ball handling errors at every turn - but Scotland didn't hold on to their lead. When Scotland began to pick up yellow cards (plural), Wales took advantage. Alun Wyn Jones (who himself received a card last week) was instrumental in one of the tries. Wales equalised, then went ahead - winning 31-24.
It was an electric atmosphere, especially following such a long spell where Wales looked set to lose.
Wales thus avoid the whitewash, Italy and Scotland are still in contention for that. Only England and Ireland can still win the triple crown.
|Table Built: Saturday, 13 February 2010 16:06 UK|