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Saturday, 17 February, 2001, 17:45 GMT
Clockwatch: Scotland 28-28 Wales
Scotland v Wales
All the main action from the Six Nations clash between Scotland and Wales as the Scots claw their way back from a 19 point deficit to secure a draw.

Kick off: Wales get the game underway with a Neil Jenkins kick.

1 min: Wales take an early lead through a Neil Jenkins drop goal.

3: Wales penalised for diving over the top, but Kenny Logan misses an easy kick from 30 metres.

7: Neil Jenkins doubles Wales' lead with a penalty.

10: Kenny Logan makes up for missing an earlier chance by converting a penalty from 40 meters to open Scotland's account.

16: Another drop goal from Neil Jenkins restores Wales' six point advantage.

20: Scotland's John Leslie is penalised for a high tackle on Mark Taylor, and Neil Jenkins collects another three points from the penalty.

22: Kenny Logan misses another penalty in front of the posts.

24: Jenkins lands his third drop goal of the match to extend Wales' lead.

28: Scott Gibbs is taken out after kicking ahead which results in a yellow card for Scotland's Richard Metcalfe. Jenkins kicks the points from the resulting penalty.

37: After a period of heavy pressure in Wales' 22, Scotland are awarded a penalty which Logan converts.

Half-time: Scotland 6-18 Wales

42: Mark Taylor intercepts a long cut-out pass near the halfway line and sprits clear to score the first try of the match under the posts. Jenkins added the two extra points.

45: Scotland hit back straight away with a magnificent try from fullback Chris Paterson and Logan adds the two points.

50: Logan misses a penalty kick at goal.

62: Wales penalised for being offside in midfield and Logan collects another three points from the resulting kick in front of the posts.

64: Scotland concede a penalty in their own half but Jenkins misses the attempt at goal.

67: Another penalty for Wales in Scotland's half and Jenkins this time makes no mistake with the kick at goal.

73: The Scottish forwards surge towards the Welsh tryline but the video referee decides the ball was not grounded. But centre James McLaren scores a try from the resulting five metre scrum. Logan misses a simple conversion attempt.

78: Prop Tom Smith throws a magnificent dummy and sprits over for a try. Duncan Hodge takes over the kicking duties and succeeds with the conversion to bring Scotland level.

Full-time: Scotland 28-28 Wales


Scotland: Chris Paterson, Cameron Murray, James McLaren, John Leslie, Kenny Logan, Duncan Hodge, Andy Nicol (capt), Tom Smith, Gordon Bulloch, Mattie Stewart, Scott Murray, Richard Metcalfe, Martin Leslie, Jon Petrie, Budge Pountney.
Replacements: Steve Scott, Gordon McIlwham, Stuart Grimes, Jason White, Bryan Redpath, Alan Bulloch, James Craig.

Wales: Rhys Williams, Mark Jones, Mark Taylor, Scott Gibbs, Neil Jenkins, Robert Howley, Darren Morris, Robin McBryde, Dai Young (capt), Ian Gough, Andy Moore, Colin Charvis, Scott Quinnell, Martyn Williams.
Replacements: Garin Jenkins, Spencer John, Craig Quinnell, Geraint Lewis, Rupert Moon, Allan Bateman, Lee Jarvis.

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