WALES U20s closed out their Six Nations campaign in disappointing fashion as they were thrashed 52-17 at home by Scotland.

The game went ahead despite multiple sporting events falling victim to the Coronavirus Pandemic, but the contest was played behind closed doors at Stadiwm Zip World in Colwyn Bay to avoid a large public gathering.

Only players’ families were permitted into the stadium to witness the clash, which saw the Scots turn on the style to emerge as comfortable victors.

Nathan Chamberlain was the star of the show for the visitors, racking up a sensational 32 points that also included a hat-trick of tries.

The Welsh found it difficult to cope with Scotland’s physicality and quick attacking play, meaning they were unable to finish on a high, following impressive wins over France and England.

Chamberlain’s three scores were the undoubted highlight for the away side, who also saw Rufus McLean, Connor Boyle, Oli Smith and Robbie McCallum crossing the white wash during the rout.

The outstanding Chamberlain despatched all seven conversion attempts, and the talented back also notched a first half penalty in fine style.

The home side did manage three scores of their own during a poor performance overall, with Morgan Strong, Bradley Roderick and Dom Booth all touching down to seal the Welsh consolations during the encounter.

Wales and Scotland have concluded their campaign but the Under-20 Six Nations is incomplete with games involving Ireland, France, England and Italy called off because of the coronavirus outbreak.