Lleucu George showed nerves of steel to secure Wales’ first win of the Six Nations with the final kick in Scotland.

It looked as if the hosts were going to be celebrating victory in Glasgow when Chloe Rollie crashed over for a 15-10 lead with three minutes to go at Scotstoun Stadium.

However, Wales pummelled the Scotland line as the clock ticked down and number eight Siwan Lillicrap charged over to level the scores.

George, a recent convert from the back row to centre, judged the strong wind to perfection to spark wild celebrations from those in red.

Wales looked shellshocked in the opening stages as Scotland stormed into an early lead. The hosts piled on the pressure and got their reward when number eight Jade Konkel crashed over.

But the Welsh response was swift. First fly-half Robyn Wilkins slotted a penalty before flanker Lewis ran a devastating line to cut through in midfield to set up a dangerous attacking platform.

Wales stayed patient and battered the Scotland line before Lewis popped up to pick and go from close range to barge over the line.

Wilkins converted but Scotland were soon level when lock Sarah Bonar went over from a powerful maul.

Wales came out firing in the second-half despite a stiff breeze in their faces. The second period turned into a real war of attrition with both sides not giving away anything in defence.

But as the clock ticked past 75 minutes, Scotland looked like they had dealt Wales a devastating blow.

A free-flowing move ended with full-back Rollie racing clear to earn a five-point lead.

But there was still time for Wales and they held their nerve in the 22, staying patient and going through the phases.

Lillicrap eventually muscled her way over close to the posts and George made no mistake to ensure Wales recorded their first Six Nations win since their 2018 opener against the Scots.