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Wales make five changes ahead of TikTok Women’s Six Nations Round

Cardiff Arms Park. Credit: Wikipedia

Wales Women head coach Ioan Cunningham has made five changes and two positional ahead of their TikTok Women’s Six Nations Round 4 match against France on Friday night (8pm, Cardiff Arms Park).

Upfront, Cerys Hale and Natalia John come back in at tighthead and lock respectively and Beth Lewis is handed her first start of the campaign on the openside, Alisha Butchers moving back to the blindside.

Keira Bevan and Elinor Snowsill return as the halfback partnership with Robyn Wilkins moving to inside centre. Niamh Terry joins the matchday 23.

Cunningham said, ”We took a lot of learnings from the England Test. We’ve had a good two weeks’ build-up to this game and we’re excited to kick on. One of the learnings was how we dealt with the occasion at Kingsholm and we are looking forward to returning home to Cardiff Arms Park. A big home crowd on Friday night will give the players a real boost, hopefully we can start well and put in a good performance.”