Against Wales in their second match of the day, Thomas Isherwood got the Canadians on the board after they worked the ball out to him from a scrum and he ran a half-length of the field to score. Webster doubled their lead when, from a break down, he faked one way and went the other, sprinting down the sideline to go over for the try.
There were two further first-half scores for the Canadians when captain Phil Berna chipped the ball through the Welsh defence and collected it to touch down beneath the posts. That was before Isherwood found Alex Russell with a pinpoint pass and the No. 5 skipped over the line to collect the try. Yellow cards were shown to Lachlan Kratz and Isherwood, as well as Wales’ Morgan Williams, just prior to the break for infringements as Canada went in 26-0 to the good.
After half time, Morgan Sieniawski scored back-to-back tries before Callum Carson also touched down for Wales to cut the lead to just seven points. A second try for Webster ensured Canada built in some breathing space with less than a minute left on the clock, and they were able to see out the match 33-19.