Uefa Women's Euro Championship: Wales 1-2 Scotland
Scotland booked at least a play-off place after beating Wales in their Uefa Euro Championship qualifier at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli.
Wales needed a win to keep their Group 4 hopes alive and took the lead through Helen Lander in the 38th minute.
But Scotland fought back and Joanne Love equalised for the visitors just before half-time.
Arsenal forward Kim Little then broke Welsh hearts as she pounced to clinch victory for Scotland.
Wales: Nicola Davies (Liverpool), Rhian Nokes (Cardiff City Ladies), Kylie Davies (Chelsea), Sophie Ingle (Chelsea), Nia Jones (Cardiff City Ladies), Hayley Ladd (F10 Kokkola, Finland), Lauren Price (Cardiff City FC), Loren Dykes (Bristol Academy), Jessica Fishlock, (Bristol Academy), Josie Green (Watford), Michelle Green (Bristol Academy), Angharad James (Bristol Academy), Jayne Ludlow (Arsenal), Sarah Wiltshire (Watford), Megan Wynne (East Tennessee Univ), Jodie Botterill (Aland United, Finland), Natasha Harding (Bristol Academy), Gwennan Harries (Everton), Hannah Keryakoplis (Liverpool), Helen Lander (Chelsea).
Scotland: Gemma Fay (Celtic), Shannon Lynn (Hibernian), Frankie Brown (Hibernian), Rachel Corsie (Glasgow City), Emma Fernon (Glasgow City), Rhonda Jones (Celtic), Eilish McSorley (Glasgow City), Emma Mitchell (Glasgow City), Rachael Small (Forfar Farmington), Hayley Lauder (Aland United), Kim Little (Arsenal), Joanne Love (Glasgow City), Leanne Ross (Glasgow City), Megan Sneddon (Celtic), Jennifer Beattie (Arsenal), Lisa Evans (FFC Turbin Potsdam), Suzanne Grant (Celtic), Christie Murray (Glasgow City), Jane Ross (Glasgow City).