Six Nations 2022: Wales 20-17 Scotland player ratings – Dan Biggar stars, Jac Morgan makes impact Test | Cricket News

Wales beat Scotland 20-17 in Saturday’s Six Nations showdown in Cardiff, with Biggar starring on his 100th Test cap and debutant Jac Morgan making his mark for the hosts

Last update: 02/12/22 5:49 p.m.

Dan Biggar kicked 15 points for Wales to help them win the Doddie Weir Cup

We take a look at how Wales and Scotland players finished out of 10 in the hosts’ 20-17 victory in Saturday’s Six Nations clash at the Principality Stadium…


Liam Williams: The full-back impressed as Wales’ last line of defense and was also a threat in attack, producing a solid all-round performance. 8/10

Alex Cuthbert: Made his first Six Nations appearance for five years and he relished the contest, having a possible try ruled out by the TMO. seven

Owen Watkins: Had a brilliant first break to give Wales a boost after a strong start from Scotland and was a solid and reliable performer. seven

Nick Tomkins: One of Wales’ best performers in the heavy defeat to Ireland in Dublin last weekend and he backed that up with another determined effort. seven

Louis Rees-Zammit: The winger was far more involved than he was in Dublin, repeatedly coming in looking for work. seven

Dan Biggar: A heroic effort in his 100th Test for Wales and the British and Irish Lions by the Wales captain, who continued after taking a knock to the knee and kicking in four penalties and a drop-goal. 9

Tomos Williams played well behind the Wales pack

Tomos Williams played well behind the Wales pack

Tom Williams: The scrum half was a living presence following his forwards. Another player who has bounced back well from Ireland. seven

Wyn Jones: He ensured the Wales scrum was solid again with a display of combat. seven

Ryan Elias: The hooker continued his rich run of form from the Fall Tests and excelled in a thrilling contest. 8

Thomas Francois: The prop scored a second try for his country as Wales got back into the title chase. seven

Adam Beard was strong in defense for Wales

Adam Beard was strong in defense for Wales

Will Rowland: Worked hard in the tight and loose, showing all his experience. seven

Adam Beard: Delivered a solid display, putting in a huge amount of work as Wales triumphed. seven

Taine Basham: Lucky to avoid the penalty for a late shoulder driven challenge on Sam Skinner, but his overall performance was again of a high standard. seven

Jacques Morgan: He excelled on his Test debut and forged a strong partnership with fellow flanker Basham. A great effort that was rewarded with the honor of winning the Doddie Weir Cup. 8

Jac Morgan made a big impression on his test debut

Jac Morgan made a big impression on his test debut

Ross Moriarty: Experience offered in Wales and tactical acumen at the back of the scrum. Strong display. seven

Replacements: Center Jonathan Davies joined Biggar in Test rugby’s 100 club, while Aaron Wainwright also shone. seven


Stuart Hog: Escaped a potential yellow card for a deliberate streak and showed only flashes of his enormous running ability. 6

Darcy Graham: The winger showed an excellent combination of sublime footwork and strength to beat Louis Rees-Zammit which ends in a marvelous try. 8

Darcy Graham did well for Scotland's try against Wales

Darcy Graham did well for Scotland’s try against Wales

Chris Harris: He was resolute in defense but could not penetrate determined opponents from the Welsh midfield with the ball in hand. 6

Sione Tuipulotu: Always eager to have the ball in hand and win on the line when he returns to the starting XV. 6

Duhan van der Merwe: A flurry from the touchline helped set up Graham’s try, but otherwise there wasn’t enough of a threat from the giant wing. 6

Finn Russell: Good game management and a 12-point kick, but his late yellow card for a deliberate segue proved costly. 6

Finn Russell had a mixed afternoon

Finn Russell had a mixed afternoon

Ali Price: Animated around the fringes and spotted space to start a smooth move that led to Graham scoring. seven

Peter Schoemann: The Edinburgh prop showed his strength in tight areas, managing to control the ball well when breaking down. seven

Stuart McInally: Did well in the early exchanges but made his way like the rest of his front row colleagues just after the break. seven

WP Nel: Penalized for collapsing the first scrum but held on and made no quarterbacks from then on. 6

Grant Gilchrist was solid in his 50th appearance for Scotland

Grant Gilchrist was solid in his 50th appearance for Scotland

Johnny Grey: Struggled to make the impact he is capable of and made way in the final quarter for debutant Rory Darge. 6

Grant Gilchrist: Earned the honor of leading Scotland on his 50th cap and produced a solid change. seven

Sam Skiner: Called to replace Jamie Ritchie, injured, he did not lack effort and commitment. 6

Hamish Watson: Produced a typically all-action display in attack and defense, and always tried to get on the front foot. seven

Matt Fagerson: Carried the ball well early on, but couldn’t get rid of a shot and was taken off before halftime. 6

Replacements: Fagerson’s departure was a big loss after his man of the match win against England, but substitute Magnus Bradbury didn’t let Scotland down. 6

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