Sam Harris and Louie Hennessey both grabbed points in the opening round of the U20 Six Nations.
Harris, who was named at full-back for England Under-20s match against Scotland, kicked four conversions and a penalty in his country’s 41-36 win.
Featuring on the opposite side, Eddie Erskine came on for the final 10 minutes for his debut for the Scots.
Hennessey’s Wales Under-20s may have lost 44-27 to Ireland but he scored an early try as well as setting up a finish with a beautiful out-the-back pass.
He made 93 metres ball in hand from 10 carries, making three offloads, two clean breaks and beating two defenders.
Elsewhere on the international front, Ollie Lawrence earned his eighth international cap for England in their Guinness Six Nations loss to Scotland.
The centre got his hands on the ball twice and made 10 metres in closing stages but couldn’t help his country claw back victory.
Incoming fly-half Finn Russell was given a 9/10 in the Sunday Times for his display with Stephen Jones writing:
“If I were a follower of Bath, I would get my season ticket for next term confirmed this morning. He was superb.”
WATCH INTERNATIONAL ACTION AT THE REC
England Under-20s are coming to The Rec in March, taking on France Under-20s in Round 4.
If you want to watch the country’s future in action against the talented French, get yourself a ticket for the fixture taking place on Friday 10 March (kick-off 20:00).