Lee Williams was tackled short of the line before Martyn Thomas showed a great turn of speed to score his side's first try. Aled Thomas converted to put Wales 7-0 up after two minutes. A great run by Tal Selley turned the tide even further in Wales's favour. Thomas converted from a tight angle to put Wales 14-0 up against a side that shocked many big guns on their way to the final.
A yellow card to Lee Beach for an illegal tackle put Wales under pressure, but luckily the Tunisians lost their heads and conceded a silly yellow card themselves just before the break.
A well deserved try by Rhodri McAtee just after the break put daylight between the sides. It was a well deserved try to McAtee who was a rock on defence all tournament. Alec Jenkins scored his side's fourth try after some good pressure and Wales had their hands on the trophy.
Wales had to beat France to get into the final and it took a golden try in sudden death of their semi-final to get there. The scores were tied at 24-all after normal play and it was left to Martyn Thomas to score the winning try in the fourth minute of extra time.
In their Cup quarter-finals against Fiji earlier in the day, some individual brilliance by Sireli Naqelevuki and William Ryder contributed to the Welsh defeat. Both men scored tries after mesmerizing the defense with their quick feet and slight of hand.
Fiji were up 14-7 at the break and apart from a fine try by Aled Thomas, Wales had nothing to show for their efforts and lost 33-7.