England win U20 Six Nations

Date published: March 12 2017

There were wins for England and Wales in the U20 Six Nations on Saturday, with the former sealing the Six Nations title with a week in hand.

On Friday, France beat Italy 18-13 in Cagliari.

England 33-5 Scotland

Like their senior counterparts, England U20 claimed the Six Nations title with a match to spare after they beat Scotland 33-5 on Saturday.

Tries from Jack Nay, Harry Randall, Dominic Morris, Zach Mercer and Theo Brophy Clews sealed a bonus-point win at Franklin's Gardens.

Scotland's only points came from a Darcy Graham try as they are rooted to the bottom of the Six Nations table, level on points with Italy.

The scorers:

For England:
Tries: Nay, Randall, Morris, Mercer, Brophy-Clews
Cons: Malins 4

For Scotland:
Try: Graham

England: 15 Tom Parton, 14 Joe Cokanasiga, 13 Dominic Morris, 12 Will Butler, 11 Sam Aspland-Robinson, 10 Max Malins, 9 Harry Randall, 8 Zach Mercer (c), 7 Ben Curry, 6 Jack Nay, 5 Max Davies, 4 Josh Caulfield, 3 Ciaran Knight, 2 Curtis Langdon, 1 Ollie Dawe
Replacements: 16 Jamie Blamire, 17 Ralph Adams-Hale, 18 Marcus Street, 19 Ted Hill, 20 Josh Bayliss, 21 Alex Mitchell, 22 Theo Brophy Clews, 23 Max Wright

Scotland: 15 Stafford McDowall, 14 Robbie Nairn, 13 Ali Grieg, 12 Cameron Hutchison, 11 Darcy Graham, 10 Josh Henderson, 9 Andrew Simmers, 8 Tom Dodd, 7 Matt Fagerson, 6 Bruce Flockhart, 5 Callum Hunter-Hill (c), 4 Alex Craig, 3 Adam Nicol, 2 Fraser Renwick, 1 George Thornton
Replacements: 16 Robbie Smith, 17 Daniel Winning, 18 Fergus Bradbury, 19 Hamish Bain, 20 Jamie Ure, 21 Luke Crosbie, 22 Charlie Shiel, 23 Craig Pringle

Referee: Craig Evans (Wales)
Assistant Referees: Sean Brickell (Wales), Stuart Kibble (Wales)
TMO: Jon Mason (Wales)

Wales 41-27 Ireland

Ireland's hopes of claiming a Six Nations Grand Slam were ended by Wales on Saturday as they went down 41-27 at Parc Eirias in Colwyn Bay.

Led by a Keiran Williams brace, Wales also crossed through Corrie Tarrant, Dane Blacker and Jack Pope with Ben Jones adding 16 points.

Ireland's try scorers were Calvin Nas, Joey Conway and Paul Boyle as they now prepare to face England at home with only pride on the line.

The scorers:

For Wales:
Tries: Tarrant, Blacker, Williams 2, Pope
Cons: Jones 5
Pens: Jones 2

For Ireland:
Tries: Nash, Conway, Boyle
Cons: Johnston 3
Pens: Johnston 2

Wales: 15 Rhun Williams, 14 Corey Baldwin, 13 Cameron Lewis, 12 Keiran Williams, 11 Ryan Conbeer, 10 Ben Jones, 9 Dane Blacker, 8 Aled Ward, 7 Will Jones (c), 6 Shane Lewis-Hughes, 5 Sean Moore, 4 Alex Dombrandt, 3 Keiron Assiratti, 2 Corrie Tarrant, 1 Rhys Carre
Replacements: 16 Owen Hughes, 17 Steff Thomas, 18 Chris Coleman, 19 Jack Pope, 20 James Botham, 21 Reuben Morgan-Williams, 22 Phil Jones, 23 Ioan Nicholas

Ireland: 15 Jordan Larmour, 14 Tommy O’Brien, 13 Jack Kelly, 12 Ciaran Frawley, 11 Calvin Nash (c), 10 Bill Johnston, 9 Jonny Stewart, 8 Caelan Doris, 7 Paul Boyle, 6 Gavin Coombes, 5 Oisin Dowling, 4 Fineen Wycherley, 3 Charlie Connolly, 2 Tadgh McElroy, 1 Joey Conway
Replacements: 16 Ronan Kelleher, 17 Greg McGrath, 18 Matthew Burke, 19 Jack Regan, 20 Marcus Rea, 21 Jack Stafford, 22 Conor Fitzgerald, 23 Colm Hogan

Referee: Christophe Ridley (England)
Assistant Referees: Anthony Woodthorpe (England), Paul Burton (England)
TMO: David Sainsbury (England)