Women's Rugby World Cup
Keira Bevan kept her positive attitude by helping Wales win in the final seconds of their opening Pool A match.
In the last seconds of the 18-15 win at Whangarei, Bevan converted a penalty on a full-time shot
When Scotland missed the chance to achieve the point.
At 78 minutes, Megan Gaffney used her strength to draw the Scots as well,
Instead, play continued, and when Scotland crossed the goal line, Wales were awarded a penalty
Which Bevan successfully converted from more than 25 meters away.
The full-time Welsh side had looked set to coast to victory after Alisha Butchers’ early try