It has been a day to remember for Jasmine Joyce and the Team GB Women's 7s team at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

The 20-year-old appeared as a second half replacement as her side led 19-3 in their opening game against hosts Brazil at the Deodoro Stadium - and enjoyed a dream start to her tournament when with her first touch, she showed searing pace to outstrip the cover defence and sprint 40 metres to the line.

In doing so, she booked her place in history, becoming the first Welsh person to both play and score in a rugby match at the Olympic Games.

Her try helped secure a 29-3 win for Team GB, with other scores coming from Natasha Hunt (2), Joanne Watmore, and Emily Scott.

Later on in the day former Ysgol Dewi Sant pupil Joyce, whose parents Jason and Bethan and grandfather Ted were at the stadium supporting her, again featured as a replacement in Team GB's second Pool C game with Japan.

Joyce came on midway through the second half with her side cruising 33-0 with tries from Amy Wilson-Hardy, Alice Richardson, Katy McLean, Watmore, and Scott.

And although she was sin binned for blocking a quick tap penalty after being penalised at the breakdown, it didn't effect the outcome as Heather Fisher crossed to round off a 40-0 win.

Tomorrow (Sunday), the side play Canada (4.30pm BST) in their final group game, before a quarter final game later that evening. Their opponents in the last eight will be determined by their result against the Canadians.