Wales: 4
Scotland: 22

  • Iestyn Milburn (16),
  • Joe Reardon (47)
  • Jonny Hutton (5),
  • Jonny Hutton (9),
  • Pete Burns (30),
  • Jonny Hutton (33),
  • Fergus Simpson (41),
  • Pete Burns (49),
  • Pete Burns (62),
  • Pete Burns (66),
  • Ollie Rees (72),
  • Cameron MacDonald (76),
  • Pete Burns (79)

  • Ryan Griffiths (0/1),
  • Shane Lee (1/1)
  • Luke Punton (6/8),
  • Fergus Simpson (1/1),
  • Cameron MacDonald (1/1)

  • William Lynch,
  • Jake Redmond,
  • Jacob Purcell,
  • Jamie Lynch,
  • Iestyn Milburn,
  • Ryan Griffiths,
  • Shane Lee,
  • Garin Nicholls,
  • Ben Luxford,
  • Oscar Fisher,
  • Scott Simons,
  • Mason Phillips,
  • Gabe Holt.
  • Subs: Cam Hodgson,
  • Kyle Jones,
  • Joe Reardon,
  • Max Walsh
  • Jonny Hutton,
  • Ben Jardine,
  • Cameron MacDonald,
  • Pete Burns,
  • Ollie Rees,
  • Fergus Simpson,
  • Luke Punton,
  • Mikey Mair,
  • Cameron Young,
  • Jack McMillan,
  • Ben Morris,
  • George Murray,
  • Lyle Wilson.
  • Subs: Matthew Vallance,
  • Jordan Duncan,
  • Oliver Redding,
  • Finlay Hamilton

Match report

Scotland top the Four Nations table after inflicting a record Four Nations defeat on Wales, as they cruised home 60-10.

Jonny Hutton ran through a gap to give Scotland the lead in the fifth minute. Luke Punton couldn’t land the kick.

Four minutes later, it was same player, same position and Scotland were 8-0 up. Punton converted.

Wales struck back in the 16th minute. Iestyn Milburn got on the end of a good passing move to score in the corner. Ryan Griffiths’ conversion attempt was short.

Sadly the game was stopped just before the half hour mark as a spectator in the grandstand fell ill and both teams’ medics needed to treat her before the ambulance came. Everyone at Wales Rugby League and in the Student Rugby League Four Nations competition wishes the spectator a speedy recovery.

When the match got back underway, nearly half an hour later, Pete Burns ran over for Scotland’s third try and Punton converted.

From kick-off, Hutton ran under the sticks to complete his hat-trick. Punton easily converted and Scotland were 22-4 up at half-time.

It took just eight seconds for Scotland to add to their lead when Fergus Simpson leapt onto the ball after the Wales players all missed it from kick-off. The try went unconverted.

Wales narrowed the gap again when Joe Reardon scored in the corner. Shane Lee converted.

Straight away, Scotland addressed the balance when Burns ran over for his second of the game, and it really became Burns’ night when he soon completed his hat-trick and then ran over for a fourth. Punton converted all three.

Ollie Rees charged down the wing for Scotland’s next try. This time Punton failed to convert but his side were now 48-10 up.

Punton created the next try. He had three players supporting him and he chose Cameron McDonald for his pass and the centre brought up the 50. Simpson converted.

Burns completed proceedings by scoring his fifth try of the game. McDonald converted to bring up 60 points.