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Live Reporting

Philip Marsh and Lauren Jenkins

All times stated are UK

  1. That's a wrap!

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    That's it from us this afternoon but there is plenty more Six Nations action to enjoy today, as Ireland, England and France all have hopes of winning the title.

    But here at Parc y Scarlets it's Scotland's day, a first win in Wales since 2002 and a first away in the Six Nations other than in Italy since 2010 and they deserved it.

    It was far from a thrilling encounter, with the wind playing a big part in proceedings, but Gregor Townsend and Scotland won't mind one bit.

    It wasn't the day of celebration hoped for Alun Wyn Jones, as he became the world's record cap holder with 149 Tests, and for Wales that is now five straight international defeats under Wayne Pivac.

    The Autumn Nations Cup awaits Wales and Scotland next.

    Thank you for joining us, enjoy the rest of the rugby, and until next time.

    Scotland celebrate
  2. Breakdown was the big difference - Pivac

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Wales head coach Wayne Pivac said: "Obviously we're very disappointed. It was difficult conditions, you saw that with the lineouts, I don't think we got one straight for the first two or three from either side, but certainly both teams had to play in it.

    "I thought the breakdown was the big difference today. Last week it went in our favour and this week it went the other way.

    "We had worked quite hard on that during the week but certainly we need to have a look at that area of the game and make sure we get it right for the next game.

    "We're excited by the group of players that we have and there's a lot of good young players coming through putting on pressure. One got an opportunity today and I thought Shane Lewis-Hughes played very well.

    "Certainly now we put a line in the sand and have to look forward to the Autumn Cup. We're obviously disappointed with this result and we have to make sure in the next game we improve in the areas that we need to and make sure we get a much better performance."

    Wayne Pivac
  3. Scotland can do great things - Townsend

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend said: "At times it wasn't the prettiest game to watch but I was really pleased with the energy in the second half.

    "As the second half wore on we started to get rewards, the bench had a big impact and I'm delighted with the effort.

    "We have players who can play in multiple positions, are they were all part of this winning performance.

    "There is still a lack of cohesion at times but the fundamentals are there and we know with some of the individuals in our squad we can do great things in attack."

    Gregor Townsend
  4. Wales will be hugely disappointed

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Ken Owens

    Wales hooker on BBC One

    They'll be hugely disappointed, especially for Alun Wyn Jones, he's a true warrior and a great of the Welsh game.

    There were positives. I thought defensively and in the contact area we were a lot better, but discipline cost us.

    At the end of the day you can't be giving that amount of penalties away against a very good Scottish side.

  5. Hogg 'chuffed to bits'

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Scotland captain Stuart Hogg said: "I'm absolutely delighted with the win.

    "We knew full well we could come down here and get a performance and hopefully a win.

    "I'm chuffed to bits with it."

    Stuart Hogg carries
  6. No excuses for defeat - Jones

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones said: "Congratulations to Scotland and the way they ground out the win in the last 10 minutes. Credit to the brand and the game they've developed.

    "It was tight throughout and unfortunately we were on the wrong end of the performance today.

    "You could say we've had a six month period between our last Six Nations match and this one, but there's no excuse.

    "I thought we were better in patches today, but ultimately the performance got away from us and it's not good enough."

    Alun Wyn Jones
  7. Scotland are maturing

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer

    Scotland got it done. I'm delighted for them because they were the better side in a desperately disappointing game.

    We look for signs of a side getting better and maturing and we saw that in the last 10 minutes.

    The way they ran the clock down and gave Wales no way back into the game was brilliant.

  8. Wales' defensive woes

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Ian Gough

    Former Wales international on BBC Radio Wales

    The system is full of errors, the spacing is wrong, the things we all took as a given under the last regime have all fallen away.

    You want to be fighting that fight on the gain line and we're on the back foot. The fundamentals of our defence which have carried us through the last few years have disappeared, we need to get it back to where it was.

    On the contrary, that was Scotland's best defensive performance is a Six Nations, they conceded on average twelve points per game.

  9. Scotland deserving winners

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Jonathan Davies

    Former Wales international on BBC One

    You have to say Scotland deserved it.

    They should have had more points on the board, but they defended well in the Welsh half and dominated big parts of the game.

  10. Post update

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Scotland's man of the match Jamie Ritchie said: "We've been waiting a long time for this game.

    "We knew it would have to be a big defensive performance and that was the difference today.

    "The boys controlled the game a lot better in the second half.

    "We did this for everyone back home watching."

    ritchie tackle
  11. Man of the Match

    FT: Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Jonathan Davies

    Former Wales international on BBC One

    Jamie Ritchie has been brilliant throughout the game.

    It's not been a great game for backs, the forwards absolutely smashing into each other, but he's been outstanding, tremendous work rate.

  12. Full time - Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Scotland celebrate
  13. Penalty - Wales 10-14 Scotland

    Stuart Hogg

    Stuart Hogg takes his time, makes sure the clock has gone red and converts the penalty as Scotland begin to celebrate.

  14. Post update

    Wales 10-11 Scotland

    Could that be the last chance for Wales? Penalty to Scotland as Jonathan Davies holds on.

  15. Post update

    Wales 10-11 Scotland

    Wales regain possession and look to play out of their 22.

  16. Post update

    Wales 10-11 Scotland

    Scotland hold on to possession and make some ground.

    Wales need a score but Scotland look like the most likely of scorers in this match, playing in the right areas and ticking down the clock.

  17. Wales need to make Scotland work harder

    Wales 10-11 Scotland

    Ian Gough

    Former Wales international on BBC Radio Wales

    Scotland seem to be going forward a little too easy in attack.

    They seem to be finding and gaining yards.

    Wales need to make them work a lot harder for their gains.

  18. Will this be the winning try?

    Wales 10-11 Scotland

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