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|Fixtures and Results
16 - Alison MacDonald (RHC Cougars)
17 - Tracey Balmer (Worcester)
18 - Anna Swan (Edinburgh University)
19 - Rosalind Murphy (Edinburgh University)
20 - Jemma Forsyth (Hillhead / Jordanhill)
21 - Victoria Blakebrough (Richmond)
22 - Lauren Harris (Aberdeenshire Quines)
16 - Lowri Harries (Neath Athletic)
17 - Caryl Thomas (Bath)
18 - Vicky Owens (UWIC)
19 - Sian Williams (Bath)
20 - Laura Prosser (Pontyclun)
21 - Awen Thomas (Cross Keys)
22 - Kerin Lake (Neath Athletic)
Scotland meanwhile fell to their second successive heavy defeat but managed two tries of their own through Tracey Balmer and Lindsay Wheeler.
Aimee Young got Wales off to a good start with two early penalties before Beth Dickens was sent to the bin for Scotland.
The visitors took advantage with Evans scoring her first try after good work from captain Catrin Edwards and fellow front row Jenny Davies.
Louise Dalgliesh then received her marching orders as Scotland were temporarily reduced to 13, and Evans capitalised running 25m to score her second thanks to a great run by hooker Rhian Bowden.
And she completed her hat trick on the stroke of half time with Young's conversion giving Wales a 26-0 lead at the break.
In the second half wingers Murray and James crossed before Scotland got on the scoresheet through replacement Balmer.
Wheeler got Scotland's second before debutant Lake had the last word for Wales.