Wales 32 France 12
The Grand Slam was in the bag by half-time at the Talbot Athletic Ground, Aberavon, after the home side had run in three first half tries. Blues backrow Daniel Franks led the charge with a rampaging try after 13 minutes and the Lewis twins, scrum half Rob and powerful wing James, followed suit just before half-time.
The French had no answer to the pace, power and panache of the home side and could only muster two penalties in each half from Toulouse full-back Mathieu Belie in response. Outside half Rhys Jones, whose father Kingsley captained Wales, converted all three first half tries and also kicked two penalties.
Wales led 13-0 and then 27-3 in the first half to put the game beyond the reach of the French, however, the visitors actually won the second half 6-5 thanks to two more Belie penalties compared to a fourth home try from Scarlets backrow man Josh Turnbull.
The 3,000 strong Welsh crowd were able to go home well satisfied with another comprehensive victory from Davies's men which now sends them into the IRB U19 World Championship in Dubai next month in good heart.
Tries: D Franks, R Lewis, J Lewis, J Turnball
Cons: R Jones (3)
Pens: R Jones (2)
Pens : M Belie (4)