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Live Reporting

Dafydd Pritchard

All times stated are UK

  1. Finally, a win for Wales - see you in a week

    FT: Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Rhys Webb try

    Victory for Wales then, and much-needed too, ending a run of six successive defeats.

    A first international try for teenage wing Louis Rees-Zammit and debuts for James Botham, Kieran Hardy and Johnny Williams.

    Other than that, however, that was a game to forget.

    Another laboured display from Wales, who'll need to be much better when they face England.

    Still, a win is a win. Given their recent struggles, you'd think Wales will just be happy to get the victory.

    Thanks for joining us this evening and we hope you'll join us next Saturday when an in-form England travel to Llanelli to take on Wayne Pivac's Wales.

    Until then, stay safe and take care. Nos da!

  2. 'Step in the right direction' - Pivac

    FT: Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Wales head coach Wayne Pivac told S4C: "I was very pleased with how the boys played in those conditions.

    "It was quite tricky out there. I thought we played very well in the set-piece.

    "It was a step in the right direction and the debutants were all happy.

    "We would have liked to have scored more points but the opposition and these conditions made it difficult.

    "It was not a perfect performance but one we'll review."

  3. 'Wales in crisis'

    FT: Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Former Wales centre Nathan Brew told S4C: "England won't be worried about coming here next weekend.

    "I think they'll enjoy coming down to Llanelli with Wales in crisis."

    Johnny May try
  4. 'We were happy to nil them'

    FT: Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Wales prop Wyn Jones told S4C: "We knew what Georgia would bring, especially in this weather.

    "We're happy with how the set-piece went.

    "We had to win tonight and we're happy to win.

    "We could have scored more tries but we were happy to nil them."

  5. 'Wales must go forward'

    FT: Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Wales hooker Ken Owens told S4C: "We've seen Wales trying to spread the ball but they need to go forward first.

    "When they did that tonight, they looked good.

    "But on other occasions, they were too lateral."

  6. 'Great feeling to make my debut'

    FT: Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Wales scrum-half Kieran Hardy told S4C: "It was a great feeling to make my debut.

    "The conditions weren't ideal but the forwards did well.

    "We knew the weather would be bad so we'd have to play for territory.

    "Playing for Wales was always the aim for me and it was quite a long journey to get here. Hopefully I can be involved again."

    Kieran Hardy
  7. Post update

    FT: Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales international on BBC Radio Wales

    You can only play what it is front of you, you don't expect the bombardment from Georgia like you get from other nations but Wales kept the try-line intact.

    It's a good task completed tonight.

  8. Full-time - Wales 18-0 Georgia

    We're into the final play of the game now and Rhys Webb takes a quick-tap penalty to try and end this game with a flourish for Wales.

    It's not to be.

    Fittingly, the final act of the game is a Welsh knock-on.

  9. Post update

    Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Wales back-rower Aaron Wainwright has been named the official man of the match.

  10. Post update

    Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales international on BBC Radio Wales

    Give Georgia full credit, they have been good in areas and caused Wales problems, but Wales have dug in.

  11. Try - Wales 18-0 Georgia

    Rhys Webb

    Finally, a decent Welsh attack.

    A simple, smartly executed try.

    Johnny Williams makes early inroads and then quick hands allow Wales to shift the ball wide to Louis Rees-Zammit, who plays a neat inside pass to Rhys Webb, and the replacement scrum-half trots over.

    Callum Sheedy misses his conversion but that was a much-needed score from Wales.

  12. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Wales have dominated scrums and Georgia have shown most ambition when attacking with ball in hand.

    No respect for deep-rooted national rugby stereotypes in this game.

  13. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales international on BBC Radio Wales

    Georgia are looking to attack in all fairness, a couple of times they have tried to slide outside the Welsh midfield and be successful.

    Wales have got the scrum but they are fortunate.

  14. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Georgia are threatening again, full-back Lasha Khmaladze weaving his way into the Welsh 22.

    He offloads well but a knock-on hands Wales another scrum.

  15. Replacement

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Wales' latest change is at hooker, with Sam Parry coming on for Elliot Dee.

    Rhys Webb kicks possession away cheaply once more and Georgia clear deep into the Welsh half.

    After another kicking exchange, Georgian wing Sandro Todua kicks ahead smartly and Wales will have a line-out in their own 22.

  16. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Into the final 10 minutes now.

    Wales look like they'll win, finally, but apart from that... there isn't much in the way of reasons to be cheerful for Wayne Pivac.

  17. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Wales boot the ball away again, and this time it's Rhys Webb, usually a classy and intelligent player who kicks into the Georgian 22, where the visitors have time to call the mark and clear.

    This has been a poor second half from Wales.

  18. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales international on BBC Radio Wales

    James Botham just didn't have the gas to finish it off there. It would have been nice if Ioan Lloyd or Louis Rees-Zammit were on his shoulder there.

  19. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    This is getting scrappier.

    Wales and Georgia both turn the ball over in quick succession and, out of nowhere, up pops James Botham with the ball on the right wing.

    He gallops into the Georgian 22 but, after he's tackled, Cory Hill is penalised for going off his feet at the ruck.

    Botham's had a promising debut.

    James Botham
  20. Post update

    Wales 13-0 Georgia

    Georgia are on the attack again, spreading the ball wide to the left for wing Sandro Todua before moving back infield.

    Nick Tompkins turns the ball over for Wales, who have numbers out wide but instead opt to clear.