|Women's international: Wales v Hong Kong|
|Wales (48) 65|
|Tries: Joyce 2, Neumann 2, Lewis 2, Harries 2, Crabb, Lillicrap|
|Hong Kong (0) 0|
Wales ran in 10 tries to thrash Hong Kong and secure their second win of the autumn series at Cardiff Arms Park.
Jasmine Joyce, Lisa Neumann, Beth Lewis and captain Sioned Harries led the way for Rowland Phillips' side with two tries apiece.
Debutant Gwen Crabb and Siwan Lillicrap also crossed for tries in a convincing victory over a side ranked 23rd in the world.
Wales conclude their campaign against Canada in Cardiff on 24 November.
Phillips' side had began the campaign with a 19-5 win over South Africa.
Wales head coach Rowland Phillips told BBC Sport Wales: "I was really pleased with the result. We spoke before that we needed to start believing in ourselves and winning games that we're expected to win and winning them well.
"We did that tonight and certainly there's a lot of work still to do but this for us is another step forward.
"It was really pleasing to get our second win of the autumn."
Wales: Lauren Smyth (Ospreys); Jasmine Joyce (Scarlets), Alecs Donnovan (Ospreys), Alicia McComish (Dragons), Lisa Neumann (RGC); Robyn Wilkins (Blues), Ffion Lewis (Scarlets); Cara Hope (Ospreys), Kelsey Jones (Ospreys), Cerys Hale (Dragons), Gwen Crabb (Ospreys), Mel Clay (Ospreys), Manon Johnes (Blues), Bethan Lewis (Dragons), Sioned Harries (capt, Scarlets)
Replacements: Carys Phillips (Ospreys), Caryl Thomas (Dragons), Amy Evans (Ospreys), Natalia John (Ospreys), Siwan Lillicrap (Ospreys), Keira Bevan(Ospreys), Hannah Jones (Scarlets), Jess Kavanagh (RGC).