DRAGONS RFC scrum half Morgan Lloyd is targeting a dream end to the Under-20s Six Nations Summer Series as Wales look to complete a memorable turnaround in fortunes.

Four months ago, Wales ended their Six Nations campaign with a defeat at the hands of Italy in Colwyn Bay - a result that consigned them to fifth place in the table.

But now, Byron Hayward’s men beat the Azzurri in their own backyard and are now preparing for the final of the Summer Series against Pool A winners South Africa.

So far, Wales have won each of their matches - beating Scotland, Georgia and Italy on their way to book a place in Tuesday’s final with the Junior Boks.

Lloyd, who was hailed for a man-of-the-match display in the comeback win over Georgia, wants Wales to take the confidence they have built up in their unbeaten run into the final with the also-unbeaten South Africans.

“It’s a big game against South Africa,” he said. “We’re so pleased with where we have got to. We have fronted up as a team.

“Each game we have made it hard for ourselves at times, but we have kept it together.

“We’re all happy with the final pool game. Italy are a good side who hadn’t lost a game, so we’re pleased to beat them this time around after what happened in the Six Nations.

“The forwards fronted up well and go-forward ball was much better.

“We held on in the end and it was a good kick from Joe (Hawkins). It was an amazing feeling.

“I was always confident in the boys coming into the tournament.

“We had a good feeling, we trained well in preparation and felt better than when we went into the Six Nations.”

The final is on Tuesday, July 12 at 8pm, and is available to watch on the Six Nations Under-20s YouTube channel.