The United States of America came from behind to defeat France 14-7 in the Bermuda World Rugby Classic Plate Final.
France scores first when Thomas Soucaze went over for a Try and when Yannick Lafforgue kicked the Conversion they led 7-0.
United States of America got on the board in the second half when Peter Dahl scores and Matt Turner kicked the Conversion making it 7-7.
Guest player Aldo Campbell went on an amazing run to give the United States of America the lead and Turner added the Conversion for the win.
Argentina 16 South Africa 6
Argentina made it three in a row when they won the Bermuda World Rugby Classic defeating South Africa 16-6. South Africa was always going to find this difficult as they only advanced to the final last night.
South Africa would take the lead when Rheinhard Gerber kicked a Penalty. Argentina ran off the next 13 points with Frederick Martin scoring a Try followed by a Conversion off the boot of Gonzalo Taboada. Taboada would then add back to back Penalty Kicks to make it 13-3.
South Africa would get a Penalty off the boot of Gerber to pull within 7 making the score 13-7. Argentina would get another penalty off the boot of Taboada making it 16-6
With no other points on the board the Premier of Bermuda David Burt presented the Trophy to the Champions