The Welsh were beaten one try to nil in the Final against the New Zealand All Golds.
The indoor non-contact tournament was played in Sheffield and also included England and a “Buccaneers” side that mainly consisted of legendary Sheffield rugby players as well as Sky Sports pundits.
Wales also “fielded” their longest serving current player Ian Watson, who has won 26 caps for his country, as well as former internationals Barry Eaton, Paul Highton, Chris Morley and Anthony Sullivan.
Harris also scored in Wales’ second match, a 2-1 win over the Buccaneers where Eaton also crossed, but they came a cropper in their two final games, both against the All Golds, losing 4-0 in the last group game and 1-0 in the Final.
England failed to win a game and lost their final game 4-0 to the Buccaneers in the 3rd v 4th Wooden Spoon Final.
The tournament was held for the Wooden Spoon charity, was filmed by Sky Sports and will be shown on January 2nd and 3rd.