The final was far from being an epic encounter. Such was the impressive opening half from the Glasgow Warriors that Munster had a steep uphill battle to make a match out of the second forty. Munster cut the 21-10 gap with a penalty to open the second half scoring before Glasgow scored a try soon thereafter and subsequently broke well clear to complete a 31-13 championship securing title.
The three powers of the Americas all had a player starting the match. Canadian DTH van der Merwe played on the left wing for the Glasgow Warriors and crossed for the second try of the game. He was joined on the opposite wing by Scottish international Tommy Seymour who is from Tennessee but plays for the Scots at international level. Both players are certainties for the World Cup while a question mark remains over Munster hooker Eusebio Guiñazú (pictured above) who has not played for Argentina since 2013.