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England U20 score five tries to thrash Wales at Kingston Park

England  U20 made it back-to-back wins after cruising to a 37-12 victory against Wales at Kingston Park on Friday night.

The visitors threatened to spoil the party when scrum-half Harri Morgan (Ospreys) touched down to give Wales an early five-point lead.



James Grayson (Northampton Saints) slotted a penalty to reduce the deficit for the hosts before captain Ben White (Leicester Tigers) fired over to give the men in white the lead, 8-5.

Following another penalty at the ruck, Grayson added another three points before converting Cameron Redpath’s (Sale Sharks) debut try to give England an 18-5 lead at halftime.

Further tries from Gabriel Ibitoye (Harlequins) and Jordan Olowofela (Leicester Tigers) saw England move clear with Grayson adding both conversions, 32-5.



The visitors did get another try late on when Rio Dyer (Dragons) collected a cross-kick to score Wales’ second try in the final few minutes with Evans adding the conversion.

But England would have the final say when Aaron Hinkley (Gloucester) powered over from short range to score England’s fifth of the evening. The conversion was missed, which completed the scoring, 37-12.

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