Captain Lynne Reid says a Scottish victory over Italy on Sunday can be the springboard to bigger and better things for women's rugby in Scotland.
After bagging their first ever win over France in the opening round, Scotland face Italy knowing a second win would represent their best Championship in many years.
Things did not go according to plan in their 28-12 defeat to Wales, but Reid believes progress is being made and a defeat of Italy – who have lost their opening two games – would be the icing on the cake.
She said: “I would say we are fairly happy with our start to the Championship, we have had a couple of difficult years recently so it is good to see improvements in our performances.
“The coaching staff have been absolutely fantastic with us and have been working hard to make sure we get things right.
“We won against France but then things did not go our way against Wales which was quite disappointing.
“We discussed it with the coaches and we agreed we needed to work on getting the ball in the right areas of the pitch and being able to take our chances when they come.
“If we beat Italy it will be two wins in this season’s Six Nations, and I’m not sure that would be our best return ever but it would definitely be our best return in the past couple of years and that would be a huge boost for us.”