Wales’ men and women ran in 10 tries apiece as they enjoyed a successful weekend in Cardiff.
The women defeated Hong Kong 65-0 at the Arms Park on Friday night, before the men survived a real scare against Tonga at the Principality Stadium the following day, Tonga leveling the game at 24-24 in the second half ahead of an avalanche of points in the last 30 minutes saw Wales scoring 50 without reply as it finished 74-24. Ma'afu Fia made his international debut for Tonga.
Ospreys scrum-half, Aled Davies, scored his first international try during that second half rampage, with Wales other tries coming from Liam Williams (2), Dan Biggar, Steff Evans, Tomos Williams, Tyler Morgan, Cory Hill, Rhys Patchell and a penalty try.
Gwen Crabb and Siwan Lillicrap were the Ospreys Women who crossed the whitewash as Jasmine Joyce, Bethan Lewis, Sioned Harries and Lisa Neumann all touched down twice each.