Rozario got her first taste of Six Nations rugby last Saturday
Plymouth Albion scrum-half Georgina Rozario has kept her place in the England squad for the second Six Nations match against Wales.
The 22-year-old will be on the bench at Taff Wells on Saturday after head coach Gary Street kept the same side which beat Italy 69-13 last week.
Rozario made her Six Nations debut in the win over Italy, coming on as a replacement for the last 30 minutes.
England are aiming to achieve a record fourth successive Grand Slam.
Wales and England last met in the final of the European Rugby Championship in May where England won 12-6.
Three months before that, England beat the Welsh 55-0 in the Six Nations.
"We're looking forward to a tough game against Wales but are confident of producing another good performance with our rapidly improving young team," Street said.
"It's great to play two games back-to-back and have a real level of continuity. The team are in good spirits and are already looking forward to the weekend."