Six Nations: Wales Women 30-13 Italy Women
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Wales Women got back to winning ways with a comfortable victory over Italy at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
Rhys Edwards' side had failed to score in defeats away to England and then Ireland last time out.
But they took a firm grip against Italy with first-half tries from centre Elen Evans and lock Clare Flowers.
Naomi Thomas, switched from fly-half to 12, grabbed a brace after the break, while Laura Prosser finished with two penalties and two conversions.
Wales complete their campaign against France Women at Cross Keys RFC on Sunday, 18 March.
Wales women: Rosie Fletcher; Caryl James, Elen Evans, Naomi Thomas, Philippa Tuttiett; Mared Evans, Laura Prosser; Caryl Thomas, Rhian Bowden (capt), Jenny Davies, Clare Flowers, Shona Powell Hughes, Lisa Newton, Sioned Harries, Jamie Kift.
Replacements: Lowri Harries, Megan York, Vicky Owens, Sian Williams, Amy Day, Rebecca de Filippo, Aimee Young