Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones beat off competition from Hadleigh Parkes and Josh Adams to be crowned Six Nations Player of the Championship.
Wales beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 on Wednesday, with manager Ryan Giggs resting the majority of his established players.
Ryan Giggs named an experimental Wales side against Trinidad and Tobago, and they had to wait for a late Ben Woodburn goal to claim the win.
Fly-half Gareth Anscombe says Wales players have been let down as a domestic dispute rumbles on.
Josh Adams will be a Cardiff Blues player from next season after agreeing a move from Worcester Warriors.
The Scarlets have signed up Wales trio Jonathan Davies, Ken Owens and Rob Evans to new deals.
Shaun Edwards' future is unclear, but Wayne Pivac says he ruled himself out of staying on with Wales after agreeing to join Wigan Warriors.
Wales took on all comers in the Six Nations and Warren Gatland says they can go far in Japan.
Shaun Edwards' future is up in the air, with Wigan Warriors in the dark over whether he still intends to take over as head coach.
The six-man shortlist for the Six Nations' Player of the Championship award features four Wales players and two from England.