Sioned Harries powers towards the Canadian try-line off the back of a scrum.
Welsh Women Under 20s inability to convert pressure into points came back to haunt them once again as they surrendered a lead to lose the Consolation Final 12-10 against Canada in the Nations Cup held in Brunel University.
Two first half tries by skipper Elinor Snowsill and Lowri Harries put Wales in pole position to record their second victory of the tournament but a late onslaught by Canada saw them score the crucial try in the 70th minute to break Welsh hearts.
Yasmin Leung had a last gasp chance to steal the win for Wales but her penalty shot sailed wide.
The defeat will be a bitter pill to swallow for the Welsh side as they dominated possession and made all the running but failed to breach the determined Canadian defence.
Alex Stokes was held up over the line early on after Levi Hallett had also posed some problems in attack. In the eighth minute Snowsill took matters into her own hands and produced a moment of individual brilliance to break the deadlock.
The Welsh fly half dummied a pass wide out, stepped over the gain line and dived over for an unconverted try.
Wales continued to apply all the pressure with Amy Lawrence to the fore before leaving the field injured with a shoulder injury.
Wales doubled their lead in the 25th minute after Lowri Harries dummied her way over from close range.
Canada scored against the run of play in the 45th minute when their full-back finished off a slick move from a line-out. The extras were added and suddenly Canada were right back in the game.
Canada broke through in the 70th minute to score and edge in front for the first time in the match. With time running out Wales camped inside Canada's 22 and eventually forced a penalty to offer Leung a chance of restoring the lead, but fate intervened and hopes of a Welsh victory disappeared with her missed shot at goal.
Head coach Rowland Phillips and key front rower Carys Phillips look ahead to games against Spain and Ireland as Wales Women ramp up their preparations for the forthcoming Six Nations. The two warm-up games are a 'massive opportunity to refine the squad' according to the Welsh camp.
Martyn Phillips has discussed details of the newly published 'Strategy for Welsh Rugby' which puts in black and white terms the plans and direction of the governing body of the national sport in Wales for the next decade.
WRU chief executive Martyn Phillips has urged Welsh rugby fans to follow in the footsteps of their soccer counterparts at last summer's Euro Championship by backing their team to the hilt in the upcoming RBS 6 Nations campaign.
Chief executive Martyn Phillips has highlighted the plans for Wales to become a breeding ground for national and elite club rugby coaches, which are contained in the WRU's 10-year 'Strategy for Welsh Rugby'.
Andrew Coombs is enjoying his new role as Nelson forwards coach. The former Dragons and Wales lock has big ambitions to become a professional coach but feels it's important to learn the ropes in grassroots rugby and where better than his home club Nelson, with friends and family close to hand.
Students at Brynllywarch Hall School, near Newtown, have transformed their own lives, and are now having a positive impact on others through rugby. The sport has had a life-changing effect on the well-being of the students who are now delivering rugby sessions to local primary schools and playing for a new mixed ability side
Wales reached their first semi-final since 2013 in the opening round of this season's HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai. WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie recaps on what proved to be an eventful tournament
Wales and Ospreys back row James King, who came through the North Wales age grade system, nominated North Wales Regional Community Rugby Manager Marc Roberts, in the WRU's 'Diolch' initiative where squad players thanked those who played a part in their rise to the top.
Beating Merthyr has boosted Carmarthen Quins hopes of reaching a top eight spot in the Principality Premiership. Quins captain Haydn Pugh is delighted with his team's progress and is determined that everyone from the Under 6s through to the senior team, enjoys the ride.
When the Wales squad were asked to nominate individuals who played a big part in their early playing days, Wales and Dragons full back and wing Hallam Amos thought of his former Monmouth School rugby coach John Bevan.
Sam Cross and Luke Treharne have been named as co-captains of the Wales Sevens side as head coach Gareth Williams names his 12-man squad to play in the first leg of the HSBC World Series in Dubai next weekend.
Bedwas head coach Steve Law and players Nicky Griffiths and Alun Rees extol the virtues of the close knit club as they prepare to host third place RGC 1404 - who are one place head of them on the Principality Premiership points table - on Saturday.
Many of the Wales squad have said Diolch (thank you) to someone who played an important part in their early playing days by nominating them to be invited to the Wales v South Africa match. One person, Gowerton Comprehensive geography teacher Mr Dean Mason was nominated by two of his former pupils, Dan Biggar and Sam Davies.
The second WRU disability rugby pilot has been delivered, this time in Caerphilly schools, culminating in a festival at the Caerphilly Centre of Sporting Excellence, Ystrad Mynach tomorrow. Plans are in place to set up a Disability Rugby Club in Newbridge to provide long-term playing opportunities.