RAF player Carys Williams-Morris has been selected for the Welsh squad for the upcoming Women's Six Nations.
The flying officer, who also plays for Loughborough Lightning Rugby, is among a 36-strong squad that will play Ireland in the first round on 25 March.
Fg Off Morris' selection comes after she was announced among 25 players who were awarded full-time player contracts by the Welsh Rugby Union, in a major investment in the Wales Women’s senior team.
Fg Off Morris made the switch to play for Wales last year after previously being capped by England, to which she went on to play for Wales at the 2022 World Cup in New Zealand.
Her RAF teammate Amy Cokayne will also play in the Women's Six Nations after she was named to the England squad last week.
The TikTok Women's Six Nations gets under way on 25 March.
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