Josh Adams scored a sensational first-half try as Wales reinforced their Guinness Six Nations claims with victory over Scotland at BT Murrayfield.
Buoyed by their win over challengers England in Round 3, Warren Gatland’s side dominated the early stages and made their pressure pay just 13 minutes in.
As against England, it was the in form Adams who made the difference, weaving his way around Blair Kinghorn to finish in style following a flowing team move.
And better was to come as Jonathan Davies crashed his way over to cap a strong opening period from the Guinness Six Nations leaders.
Scotland, though, mounted a second-half fightback, Byron McGuigan and Adam Hastings combining superbly to send Darcy Graham clear for his first Six Nations try.
Gregor Townsend’s men pushed in search of an unlikely comeback but Wales held on to make it four from four in this year’s Championship, Gareth Anscombe adding a final flourish from the tee late on.