Rosie Fletcher switches from wing to full back for the game against Scotland.
Wales Women have made three changes for this Sunday's Six Nations clash against Scotland at Pandy Park (Kick-off 1pm).
All the changes involve the backline with Amy Day coming in at scrum half while Caryl James gets the nod on the wing. With James's selection, Rosie Fletcher moves from the wing to full back with Mared Evans and Laura Prosser both dropping down to the bench.
The pack have been given a vote of confidence by head coach Rhys Edwards who was impressed by his eight in last week's abandoned encounter against Ireland.
"I was pleased with the way the front five went to be honest. The forwards went really well as did the scrum," said Edwards.
"Going into the match there were some question marks surrounding that area but Jenny Davies showed her verstality in the unfamiliar role of tighthead so that should give her plenty of confidence which is pleasing.
"Our second row pairing of Vicky Owens and Shona Powell-Hughes also stood out and had plenty of carries while captain Rachel Taylor led from the front.
"On the flip side of the coin there were a couple of areas which were disappointing which we will have to eradicate if we are going to get a win against Scotland.
"With last week's game against Ireland being abandoned at halftime because of the freezing conditions we were basically gifted 40 minutes to have a look at positional permutations and that's why we've decided to freshen things up for Scotland."
Wales Women v Scotland Women, Pandy Park, Sunday 12 March (KO 1pm)
15 Rosie Fletcher
14 Charlie Murray
13 Adi Taviner
12 Philippa Tuttiett
11 Caryl James
10 Naomi Thomas
9 Amy Day
1 Caryl Thomas
2 Rhian Bowden
3 Jenny Davies
4 Vicky Owens
5 Shona Powell-Hughes
6 Sioned Harries
8 Jamie Kift
7 Rachel Taylor (Capt)
16 Lowri Harries
17 Megan York
18 Sian Williams
19 Clare Flowers
20 Laura Prosser
21 Rebecca De Filippo
22 Mared Evans
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