Wales v Scotland – Official Extended Highlights 15th March 2014



Official extended highlights of the Wales v Scotland rugby match in Round 5 of the RBS 6 Nations at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff on Super Saturday 15th March 2014.
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Wales

15. Liam Williams
14. Alex Cuthbert
13. Jonathan Davies
12. Jamie Roberts
11. George North
10. Dan Biggar
9. Mike Phillips
1. Gethin Jenkins
2. Ken Owens
3. Rhodri Jones
4. Luke Charteris
5. Alun Wyn Jones
6. Dan Lydiate
7. Sam Warburton
8. Taulupe Faletau

16. Richard Hibbard
17. Paul James
18. Adam Jones
19. Jake Ball
20. Justin Tipuric
21. Rhodri Williams
22. Rhys Priestland
23. James Hook

Scotland

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15. Stuart Hogg
14. Dougie Fife
13. Alex Dunbar
12. Matthew Scott
11. Max Evans
10. Duncan Weir
9. Greig Laidlaw
1. Ryan Grant
2. Scott Lawson
3. Geoff Cross
4. Richie Gray
5. James Hamilton
6. Ryan Wilson
7. Kelly Brown
8. Dave Denton

16. Ross Ford
17. Alasdair Dickinson
18. Euan Murray
19. Tim Swinson
20. Alasdair Strokosch
21. Chris Cusiter
22. Duncan Taylor
23. Jack Cuthbert

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19 Responses to “Wales v Scotland – Official Extended Highlights 15th March 2014”

  1. Look at Scotland back then and look at them now. They won the Calcutta Cup for the first time in 10 years on home soil, they finished 3rd in the 6N (the best they have ever done in the tournament) and were less than 5 points behind the best in the world (The All Blacks). I'm proud of the transformation oor wee team has made. We've still got a long way to go, but I've got faith in us.

  2. This was best of Wales but worst of Scotland missing tackles and no structure to defence or attack we were destroyed by excellent Welsh side in this game present team of 2018 still struggle away from home I think we definitely need to conquer our poor defending if we wanna compete especially away to Cardiff Dublin or Twickenham very tough places to go

  3. Wales win the match playing clean and following the rules. Complete satisfaction and joy of overcoming a Scottish team that constantly tried to break the rules looking for sneaky ways to prevail against fair play. Scotland could’ve kept the honour of having played well, team building through adversity, integrity and mutual support, but nah, they end up loosing even the spectators' respect, like wretched immature weans, worsening their situation as a pseudo-professional rugby team. Whilst Wales learns through hardship the value of companionship and endeavour, their filthy competitor results smashed.

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