Wales Women’s senior team head coach Ioan Cunningham has selected his side for the Round 5 fixture in the TikTok Six Nations against Italy at the at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi, Parma on Saturday, April 29th (KO: 3:30pm BST).
Centre Hannah Jones will captain a Wales side that includes 14 players in the starting line-up who have featured in wins against Ireland and Scotland in this campaign.
The front row of Gwenllian Pyrs, Kelsey Jones and Sisilia Tuipulotu are back to face Italy, with flanker Alex Callender returning in the backrow.
Keira Bevan returns at scrum-half to partner fly-half Elinor Snowsill, while Lleucu George keeps her place at centre.
Wing Ameila Tutt is set to make her Wales debut off the bench and will become the fourth player to win her first cap during this Six Nations campaign.
Centre Kerin Lake is selected on the bench, being declared fit after recovering from a calf injury picked up against Scotland.
Wales Women’s Senior team to face Italy in the 2023 TikTok Six Nations
15. Courtney Keight (Bristol Bears)
14. Lisa Neumann (Gloucester Hartpury)
13. Hannah Jones (capt, Gloucester Hartpury)
12. Lleucu George (Gloucester Hartpury)
11. Carys Williams- Morris (Loughborough Lightning)
10. Elinor Snowsill (Bristol Bears)
9. Keira Bevan (Bristol Bears)
1.Gwenllian Pyrs (Bristol Bears)
2. Kelsey Jones (Gloucester Hartpury)
3. Sisilia Tuipulotu (Gloucester Hartpury)
4. Abbie Fleming (Exeter Chiefs)
5. Georgia Evans (Saracens)
6. Bethan Lewis (Gloucester Hartpury)
7. Alex Callender (Worcester Warriors)
8. Sioned Harries (Worcester Warriors)
16. Carys Phillips (Worcester Warriors)
17. Caryl Thomas (Bristol Bears)
18. Cerys Hale (Gloucester Hartpury)
19. Bryonie King (Bristol Bears)
20. Kate Williams (Gloucester Hartpury)
21. Ffion Lewis (Worcester Warriors)
22. Kerin Lake (Gloucester Hartpury)
23. Amelia Tutt (Loughborough Lightning)