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It's all over! The referee has blown their whistle to end the game.

81'

Meryl Smith takes the conversion but it hits the upright and bounces away, kick unsuccessful.

79'
Try

Scotland are stopped just a few metres from the try line but Emma Orr picks up from the base of the ruck to score the try.

78'

Spellbinding play by Caity Mattinson is finished off with a try.

78'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Elis Martin getting some game time.

73'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Lana Skeldon being replaced.

73'
Conversion

The Scotland supporters go wild as Meryl Smith successfully kicks the conversion.

67'
Try

A stunning solo try from Sarah Bonar

66'

The defensive line has been broken as Sarah Bonar goes through the gap.

66'

Japan make a substitution with Asuka Kuge coming on.

65'

Japan make a substitution with Kotomi Taniguchi coming off.

65'

Scotland sub Anne Young comes onto the field.

62'

Leah Bartlett departs for Scotland.

62'

Scotland sub Lisa Cockburn comes onto the field.

62'

Christine Belisle departs for Scotland.

62'

Scotland sub Meryl Smith comes onto the field.

62'

Helen Nelson departs for Scotland.

62'
Conversion

The Scotland supporters go wild as Helen Nelson successfully kicks the conversion.

61'
Try

Scotland are only a few metres out, surely they must score! And they do with Lana Skeldon touching down.

60'

Japan sub Hinata Komaki comes onto the field.

60'

Sachiko Kato departs for Japan.

60'

Minori Yamamoto comes on for Japan.

56'

Sora Nishimura leaves the field.

56'

More power was needed in that conversion attempt by Helen Nelson as it drops short.

55'
Try

A penetrating move by Scotland results in a try for Coreen Grant.

54'

What a run here by Coreen Grant as they get over the gainline!

54'

That's a great try assist by Chloe Rollie.

54'

Ayano Nagai comes on.

53'

Seina Saito comes off.

53'

Jennifer Nduka comes on.

53'

Masami Kawamura comes off.

53'

Sakurako Korai comes on.

51'

Hinata Komaki comes off.

51'

Kotono Yasuo comes on.

50'

Misaki Matsumura comes off.

50'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Sarah Bonar getting some game time.

47'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Louise McMillan being replaced.

47'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Jade Konkel-Roberts getting some game time.

47'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Rachel McLachlan being replaced.

47'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Caity Mattinson getting some game time.

47'

Scotland decide to make a substitution, with Mairi McDonald being replaced.

47'

Lisa Thomson makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

45'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Hinata Komaki getting some game time.

45'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Sakurako Korai being replaced.

45'

Nijiho Nagata makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

44'
Conversion

Helen Nelson adds the two points for Scotland.

43'
Try

Nobody was going to stop Emma Orr from scoring that try!

42'

Emma Orr makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

41'

Helen Nelson played a key part in that try.

41'

Scotland make a substitution with Coreen Grant coming on.

42'

Scotland make a substitution with Francesca McGhie coming off.

42'

The second half kicks off.

40'

The half-time whistle blows and both teams head for the dressing rooms.

42'

The referee has had enough, awarding the penalty try to Scotland.

42'
Yellow Card

Sachiko Kato (Japan) is shown a yellow card

42'

Japan make a substitution with Nijiho Nagata coming on.

42'

Japan make a substitution with Yuka Sadaka coming off.

42'

Fabulous play by Scotland has led to Francesca McGhie being able to wriggle through a gap.

36'

Nao Ando comes on.

26'

Kanako Kobayashi comes off.

26'

A gap opened in the defence and Misaki Matsumura took full advantage.

14'
Conversion

Ayasa Otsuka has kicked a conversion.

7'
Try

A stunning solo try from Iroha Nagata

6'

The defensive line has been broken as Iroha Nagata goes through the gap.

6'

That's a great try assist by Kotomi Taniguchi.

6'

The defensive line has been broken as Otoka Yoshimura goes through the gap.

1'

The defensive line has been broken as Lana Skeldon goes through the gap.

1'

We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

0'
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Match Details

Japan Women's v Scotland Women's

Women's XV 2 - Round 3
Fri 27th October 2023, 08:00am EDT
Athlone Stadium

Points Flow Chart

Scotland Women's win +31
Scotland Women's
Japan Women's
Scotland Women's
Time in lead
Japan Women's
39
Mins in lead
36
47%
% Of Game In Lead
43%
88%
Possession Last 10 min
12%
5
Points Last 10 min
0

Key Events

Full Time
Orr
38 - 7
78'
Smith
33 - 7
67'
Bonar
31 - 7
66'
Nelson
26 - 7
61'
Skeldon
24 - 7
60'
Grant
19 - 7
54'
Nelson
14 - 7
43'
Orr
12 - 7
42'
Half Time
Penalty Try
7 - 7
42'
Kato
42'
0 - 7
Otsuka
7'
0 - 7
Nagata
6'
0 - 5
Start

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
3.4
11
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
0.8
8
Entries

Attack Profile

Scotland Women's
Japan Women's
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Defence Profile

Scotland Women's
Japan Women's
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Ruck Speed

0-3 secs
54%
63%
3-6 secs
30%
26%
6+ secs
13%
6%
111
Rucks Won
111

Other Fixtures

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