Tonga struggled for cohesion as Wales ground out a 24-6 victory over the 'Ikale Tahi at Eden Park last night.
16 : 10
The Tongan defence withstood some early pressure on their goal-line but struggled to get their hands on the ball, and to keep it when they did.
Alex Cuthbert produced a rare highlight in the first half, with a solo chip and chase try down the right touchline, as the Red Dragons went into the break leading 8-3.
Halfback Sonatane Takulua did his best to spark Tonga, with a couple of bursts in centre-field,
and kept them in touch on the scoreboard with two penalty goals.
But Sam Davies also proved prolific for the Welsh with four penalty goals, while a penalty try on full-time adding some padding to the winning margin.
Tongan coach Toutai Kefu said with only a few training sessions under their belts it was always going to be difficult.
"We need to get better, do things better, make better decisions but I thought the effort was there. The turnover rate was more than double theirs so we made a lot of mistakes. We made some mistakes in terms of execution, decision making - and some of those at crucial times."