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This is what became of the England team that were world junior champions for the first time in 2013

England became world junior champions for the first time as they fought back from a 12-point half-time deficit to beat perennial rivals Wales.

A brace of tries by Ashley Evans and five points from Sam Davies’s boot gave Wales a 15-3 lead at the break.



England had a try disallowed either side of half-time, but Jack Nowell finally powered over in Vannes, France.

Sam Hill scored their second try and two conversions and two penalties from Henry Slade saw England home.

But which players have gone on to become full internationals? Find out below.


England – 10/23 are full internationals

Jack Nowell (Exeter Chiefs/England); Anthony Watson (Bath Rugby/England), Harry Sloan (Harlequins), Sam Hill (Exeter Chiefs), Ben Howard (Worcester Warriors); Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs/England), Alex Day (Cornish Pirates); Alec Hepburn (Exeter Chiefs/England), Luke Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs/England), Scott Wilson (Newcastle Falcons); Tom Price (Scarlets), Dominic Barrow (Leicester Tigers), Ross Moriarty (Gloucester Rugby/Wales), Matt Hankin (Saracens), Jack Clifford (Harlequins/England) (capt).

Replacements: Scott Spurling (Saracens), Danny Hobbs-Awoyemi (London Irish), Tom Smallbone (London Irish), Harry Wells (Leicester Tigers), David Sisi (Zebre/Italy), Callum Braley (Gloucester/Italy) – called up in 2019, Ollie Devoto (Exeter Chiefs/England), Henry Purdy (Gloucester).


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