WALES were given a drubbing by Scotland in their Under-20 Six Nations finale against Scotland in Colwyn Bay.

The clash at Parc Eirias was played behind closed doors because of the coronavirus outbreak with only the players’ families allowed in the stadium.

They saw Scotland run wild in the north on a disappointing night for Wales, who failed to hit the heights of their superb wins against France and England.

The Scots scored seven tries in total with man of the match Nathan Chamberlain scoring a hat-trick and Rufus McLean, Connor Boyle, Ollie Smith and Robbie McCallum also touching down.

Wales scored three tries of their own courtesy of Morgan Strong, Bradley Roderick and Dom Booth.

Scotland started strongly with McLean running in unopposed from 30 metres out with Chamberlain converting.

The visitors were on the attack but Wales were kept in contention by a terrific performance from captain Jac Morgan who consistently won turnover ball at the breakdown.

Wales conceded a second try when Chamberlain dummied and scored following a powerful scrum in the home sides 22. The impressive outside-half converted to give Scotland a commanding 17-0 lead at the interval.

Wales made a perfect start to the second-half with powerful No 8 Strong smashing his way over from short-range following a well-worked driving lineout by the hosts but Scotland hit straight back when openside flanker Boyle touched down after a neat pass from Jack Hill.

The hosts responded with a terrific try from Roderick after some nice interplay from the Welsh backs put the centre over at the far left-hand corner.

Scotland replied with their bonus point try when Chamberlain chipped over the top of the Welsh defence before regathering his kick to score a try which he converted.

Wales refused to throw in the towel and claimed their third try when Scarlets hooker Booth showed great pace to touch down after a well-timed kick through from replacement Luke Scully with Lloyd converting from the touchline.

However, Chamberlain secured his hat-trick to put the game beyond Wales’ reach as he ghosted past three home defenders.

Full-back Smith was next to score for Scotland as he capitalised on some disappointing defence before showing great pace to touchdown. Scotland finished with a flourish with McCallum intercepting Lloyd’s pass to end the game with their seventh try.