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  • "Good for Wales but didn't answer the question of appalling play with Ireland and England. And, with no viable excuses. Scotland were a man down but the overall view was they put up a good fight regardless. I was impressed with the U20s game against Scotland which was a complete rout of Scotland with very impressive scrums. But they too mirrored the senior team with two appalling games where they just should have stayed home really. Consistency is s huge problem with Wales and we don't know why they can just turn it on and off like they do. If they are going to do that then ensure when they do turn it on it is against the best teams."
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Wales 51 Scotland 3

Wales 51 Scotland 3

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WALES ended a disappointing Six Nations campaign in fine style as they romped to a 51-3 seven-try victory over 14-man Scotland at the Millennium Stadium.

It was a record Six Nations win for Wales and a record margin of victory over the Scots, who lost captain Kelly Brown to injury early on and then saw Stuart Hogg sent off for a brutal shoulder smash to Dan Biggar's chin.

But Warren Gatland's men took full advantage of the visitors' misfortune and ill discipline as George North and Jamie Roberts ran in two tries each.

Liam Williams and replacement Rhodri Williams both recorded their first tries for Wales and Newport Gwent Dragons ace Toby Faletau also touched down.

Biggar kicked four conversions and two penalties and replacement James Hook converted the final try to seal an emphatic victory.

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