Tries: Charlie Murray, Sioned Harries; Pen: Laura Prosser
Scotland Women Lineups
Steph Johnston, Annabel Sergeant, Sarah Dixon, Laura Steven, Megan Gaffney, Tanya Griffith, Louise Dalgliesh; Heather Lockhart, Sarah Quick, Tracy Balmer, Lindsay Wheeler, Bridget Millar-Mills, Jade Konkel, Tess Forsberg, Susie Brown
Replacements: Beth Dickens, Suzanne McKerlie-Hex, Lindsey Smith, Kelly Shields, Sarah Law, Leanne Neary, Lyndsay O'Donnell, Lauren Harris
Wales Women Lineups
Dyddgu Hywel (Charlie Murray), Caryl James, Elen Evans, Rebecca De Filippo, Philippa Tuttiett (Leila Johns), Elinor Snowsill, Laura Prosser (Amy Day); Meg York (Jenny Davies), Carys Phillips (Lowri Harries), Catrin Edwards (Bethan Howell), Vicky Owens, Shona Powell Hughes (Gemma Hallett), Sioned Harries, Nia Davies (Catrina Nicholas), Rachel Taylor (Capt)
The Scottish defence struggles to contain Wales full back Dyddgu Hywel.
Cool Wales freeze out Scotland
10 March 2013, 06:00 pm ::
Match Report By Graeme Gillespie
Late second-half tries from Charlie Murray and Sioned Harries saw Wales Women see off a spirited Scotland to chalk up their second consecutive RBS 6 Nations victory.
Wales Women made it a clean sweep of wins against Scotland for the country's elite teams in the Six Nations with a gutsy 0-13 victory at Scotstoun.
This triumph in freezing conditions against an improved Scottish side was hot on the heels of Friday's Under 20s success at Inverness and yesterday's RBS 6 Nations victory at Murrayfield for Rob Howley's men.
Wales Women went into the halftime break 0-3 up through a penalty by Laura Prosser in the 27th minute. The players not only had to contend with tough opposition but inter-changeable weather conditions which saw driving snow, wind and freezing conditions prevalent.
Scotland stubbornly stayed in the game throughout the second half but tries by replacement winger Charlie Murray in the 71st minute and flanker Sioned Harries six minutes later sealed the win for Wales.
A delighted Wales head coach Rhys Edwards, said: "It was an excellent win today in horrendous conditions. The girls stayed composed and finished the job at hand.
"To be fair to Scotland they played really well in the first half while our decision making was appalling. We made a few changes at halftime and steadied the ship in the second half and showed a lot more composure.
"It just goes to show the value of the match day 23 as every player ensured it was a squad effort to get the win. We're now looking forward to taking on England at Aberavon next Sunday in the final game of the tournament."