Women's Six Nations 2015: Wales can beat France - Rhys Edwards

Adi Taviner of Wales on the attack against Scotland women
Adi Taviner of Wales on the attack against Scotland women

Wales women's coach Rhys Edwards believes his side can keep their 100% start to the Six Nations going.

Wales followed up last weekend's win against England thrashing Scotland 39-3 on Saturday.

Edwards's side next face unbeaten France in Montauban on Friday, 27 February and he is confident they can continue their run.

"If we perform like we can do then there's no reason why we can't go out for a win," he said.

Wales led 6-0 at half-time against the Scots but took control after the break scoring five tries from Carys Phillips, Sioned Harries, Dyddgu Hywel, Elinor Snowsill and Amy Lawrence.

"I'm very pleased in how we came out second half and stuck to our game plan and put the points on the board when we needed to and came away with a pleasing result," said Edwards.

"We know next week is probably the toughest game to go and play France away.

"Especially on a Friday night with the crowd there and the atmosphere, but we've set ourselves up for a very competitive game.

"It's all about momentum now and we are generating it slowly."

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