One win won't cure all our ails
LET no-one be fooled into thinking Wales played well on Saturday.
They battled hard, showed great determination and resolve and tackled, tackled and tackled some more.
And in the end it was enough.
Saturday in Paris wasn't about dazzling back play, counter-attacks and length-of-the-field tries. It was about winning. Nothing more.
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It has been 11 months since Wales last tasted victory. So they will happily take not playing well and coming out on top.
But one win doesn't cure all the problems. Indeed, France might well be the worst side Wales face this season. And it might be that Rob Howley's men will have to play a whole lot better if they are to beat Italy in a fortnight.
Because if they lose in Rome, all the old doubts will return.