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Sarah Law kicks Scotland to long-awaited Women's Six Nations win

Sarah Law's late penalty completed a remarkable comeback and gave Scotland a long-awaited victory in the Women's Six Nations.

The scrum-half kicked the vital points as Scotland beat Wales 15-14 - their first success in the competition since 2010.

Wales raced into a 14-point lead through Carys Phillips' effort and a penalty try, with Elinor Snowsill adding the extras.

Lisa Thomson crashed over to give the Scots hope and Rhona Lloyd's try brought them to within a score before Law won the game with four minutes remaining.

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