Wales maintained their unbeaten record in the 2008 Six Nations competition with a well deserved victory over Scotland.
Wales dominated the first half, but had only one try to show for their efforts, whilst Scotland kept in touch on the scoreboard thanks to the boot of Chris Paterson. The Welsh dominated possession and only determined defence by the Scots, and some poor decision making by the Welsh kept them from running away with the game before half time.
The second half saw Wales score two more tries, and with both teams kickers maintaing 100% records with their goal kicking, the tries scored by Wales proved to be the deciding factor.
Wales looks like a force to be reckoned with in the Six Nations competition of 2008, whist Scotland will have to go back to the drawing board after two losses in a row. Final score: Wales 30 Scotland 15