Wales Ends Losing Streak, Beats Georgia 18-0 In The Rain
LLANELLI, Wales: Wales' longest losing streak in seven years was over after an experimental side accounted for Georgia 18-0 in the Autumn Nations Cup on Saturday.
After losing six tests in a row since February, coach Wayne Pivac made a planned 13 changes to the starting XV and they paid off a week after the main players were crushed by Ireland 32-9.
While Georgia was nowhere near the same status as Ireland, Wales has a rocky history of fielding weakened sides against tier two opponents in the last decade, with scrapes against Fiji, Japan and, in 2017, Georgia.
But Wales was in no danger as it won comfortably through a solid display in the rain.