Munster Player Ratings: The Irish side were completely outplayed by the Scarlets

They Welsh side won 46-22 at Aviva Stadium

Munster Player Ratings: The Irish side were completely outplayed by the Scarlets

Munster's CJ Stander dejected after Scarlets scored there fourth try. Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie

The Scarlets won the Guinness PRO12 Championship at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday after they completely outplayed Munster. 

We rate the Irish side after a disappointing day for them in Dublin:

Simon Zebo - 6

Tried to get the red machine going from the off but to little avail. Not up to his usual level.

Andrew Conway - 7

Probably Munster's best back. Was excellent under the high ball and scored a good try at the end. 

Munster's Andrew Conway scores a late try. Image: ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

Francis Saili - 4

Off the mark defensively and appeared to knock the ball on every time he got it. A sad way to bow out for the province. 

Rory Scannell - 5

Never really got going and was mostly covering for his centre partner. 

Keith Earls - 6

Energetic whenever he got the ball but like so many others - it just wouldn't click. 

Tyler Bleyendaal - 5

Did little wrong but seemed to struggle to get his backline going. Scored just before half-time but it proved little other than a speed-bump in the Scarlets' charge to the title. 

Munster's Tyler Bleyendaal scores a try. Image: ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan

Conor Murray - 5

Off the pace from the start and was unable to stop the Welsh onslaught.  

Dave Kilcoyne - 5

Did his best in the loose but was fighting an uphill battle from the off.

Niall Scannell - 6

Got about in open-play and ran his line-out commendably. 

John Ryan - 5

Locked the scrum reasonably well but didn't make an impact around the park. 

Donnacha Ryan - 6

Like Saili, not the way he would have wanted to have signed off. Still sad that he won't be playing in Ireland next season. 

Munster's Donnacha Ryan tackled by Aaron Shingler of Scarlets. Image: ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

Billy Holland - 5

Struggled against the Welsh onslaught and a bad day all around for the pack. 

Peter O'Mahony - 5

Lucky not to have been yellow carded for a careless shoulder clearance in the second half.  

Tommy O'Donnell - 4

Part of a back-row unit outplayed by their opposition as the Scarlets dominated the breakdown. 

CJ Stander - 6

Not up to his usual high standards and was double-marked every time he was in possession. 

Bench - 4

The replacements were unable to turn the match around although why Taute didn't start ahead of Saili is a mystery.