Wales win second game of International Test Series

Wales were in action on home soil for the first time since 2019
Wales were in action on home soil for the first time since 2019

Wales won their second game of the International Test Series with victory over the Isle of Man in Ebbw Vale.

Sara Moore's side won 87-25 and co-captain Nia Jones was named player of the match.

In Saturday's other game, the Republic of Ireland were 54-22 winners against Gibraltar.

The hosts face Gibraltar in their final game after the Republic face the Isle of Man earlier in the day.

Wales began the Test Series with a 69-13 victory over Republic of Ireland on Friday.

Wales led 16-5 after the first quarter and were 38-8 ahead at half-time, while it was 55-10 after an impressive third quarter for the hosts.

In Friday night's other game, Isle of Man beat Gibraltar 55-42.

Wales will also face the Isle of Man and Gibraltar in the home series.

The games will be Wales' final ranking Test matches before the last spots in July's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham are confirmed.

Wales are currently on track to qualify, but are aiming to bolster their chances with three victories this weekend.

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