Wales women's coach Jason Lewis has demanded his side end their RBS 6 Nations campaign on a high after their defeat against France.
The Welsh went down 15-3 in Bridgend to undo all of the good work they had done in seeing off Scotland in their previous match.
A Non Evans penalty was all Wales had to show for their efforts and with a defeat to England already on their record they are now out of the running for the title.
Lewis’ side go to Ireland next with a clash with Italy completing their fixtures and Lewis is looking for the right reaction.
"It will be interesting to see how we respond to this when we go to Ireland. I would like to think we can strike back with a victory and a decent performance too,” said Lewis.
"We are off track in terms of our Six Nations ambitions, but I will be happy to accept wherever we finish in this tournament providing we learn the lessons of today's game.
"It was a poor performance and everyone is understandably disappointed. We need to be beating sides like that if we are where we think we are in the world game.
"I felt that we played most of the rugby in the first half but we failed to capitalise on our scoring opportunities.
"In the second half, we found ourselves pinned in our 22 for long periods during which time we messed up and gifted them a couple of scores.”