Peñarol found no problems and took the match by 40-12 against Cobras XV, for the seventh date of the SLAR. In this way, the Uruguayan team achieved its sixth victory in the contest of the seven disputed. While on the side of the Brazilian team, he only obtained one victory in all the games played.
Guillermo Pujadas was in charge, after a prepared maul play, which supported the first conquest for the local team. The Brazilians failed to maintain possession of the ball and committed several penalties throughout the first 40 minutes. Juan Manuel Alonso was the wing that flew into the rival ingoal and stretched the score to 14-0 in less than half of the opening stage.
Then the Brazilian team woke up and began to crawl through the territory of Peñarol until Matheus Augusto de Souza wrapped the ball in his arms and discounted for the team led by Emiliano Bergamaschi. However, Caique Silva left his franchise with one less player after being booked and it had its consequence. Nicolás Freitas took the ball out of the prepared play of maul and took the exit to the Brazilian ingoal to go to the locker room 21-5.
In the complementary stage, Facundo Eduardo woke up early with a huge conquest and further alienated the Uruguayans. Facundo Clavell was the author of the last two conquests of Peñarol that gave him victory and assured them second place in the SLAR. However, it was not a luxurious closing with the expulsion of Facundo Pomponio with five minutes remaining. And to seal the match, Cobras XV discounted with a penalty try in their defeat against the Uruguayans 40-12.