Tournament has left a lasting legacy for Rugby in the southern part of the country
After a thrilling win over Canada in the final, the Italians win promotion to next year's IRB Junior World Championship in New Zealand.
Eight teams are down to just two now as last year's relegated team from JWC take on the Canucks in Temuco, Chile.
As we approach the final round of matches on Sunday, the sixth JWRT will leave a positive Rugby legacy for Chile to build on.
Italy will take on Canada in this year's JWRT decider in Chile with home side set to meet Japan in the third/fourth-place playoff.
Three players in total were cited following separate incidents during the JWRT in Chile with two being suspended.
Ahead of round three of JWRT, players from all eight teams receive education on the IRB's robust anti-doping and anti-corruption programmes.
Three players have been suspended for foul play during the IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy in Chile.
The Italians are on course for a quick return to JWC after a seven-try win over home side Chile.
The highlight of the second round in Chile will be when the undefeated home side take on favouirtes Italy in the Germán Becker Stadium.
With Rugby World Cup set for Asia in six years' time, the young Brave Blossoms have one eye on 2019.