Scotland claimed a brilliant 48-10 victory over Canada in Edmonton on June 9.
Sam Hidalgo-Clyne's penalty within the opening five minutes gave the visiting side a 3-0 lead, before Bryon McGuigan extended the score again moments later with a try in the corner.
Scotland back Ruaridh Jackson added a second try shortly after the half-hour mark, which Hidalgo-Clyne converted, to ensure the visitors were 15-3 ahead at half time.
It was an even better second half for Gregor Townsend's side, with George Turn scoring three tries and Magnus Bradbury also adding another.
Lewis Michael capped off a superb performance for Scotland with a try on his debut just before full-time. Blain Kinghorn added the extra three points to ensure a 48-10 victory in Canada.