Under-20s Six Nations: England 37-12 Wales

Iestyn Harris is halted at Newcastle
Under-20s Six Nations
England (18) 37
Tries: White, Redpath, Ibitoye, Olowofela, Hinkley Cons: Grayson 3 Pens: Grayson 2
Wales (5) 12
Tries: H Morgan, Dyer Cons: C Evans

Welsh hopes of an Under-20s Grand Slam were crushed by England's bonus-point win at Newcastle.

Scrum-half Harri Morgan darted over from close range for the opening try, but it was one-way traffic after that.

Home half-back Ben White hit back before Cameron Redpath, son of ex-Scotland scrum-half Brian went over.

Wings Gabriel Ibitoye and Jordan Olowofela added home tries. Rio Dyer replied for Wales, but Aaron Hinkley underlined England's superiority.

Fly-half James Grayson added three conversions and two penalties.

England U20: Tom Parton (London Irish); Jordan Olowofela (Leicester Tigers), Fraser Dingwall (Northampton Saints), Cameron Redpath (Sale Sharks), Gabriel Ibitoye (Harlequins); James Grayson (Northampton Saints), Ben White (Leicester Tigers, capt); Toby Trinder (Northampton Saints), Henry Walker (Gloucester), Joe Heyes (Leicester Tigers), Dino Lamb (Harlequins), Sam Lewis (Leicester Tigers), Josh Basham (London Irish), Tom Willis (Wasps), Sam Moore (Sale Sharks).

Replacements: Gabriel Oghre (Wasps), Alex Seville (Gloucester), Ehren Painter (Northampton Saints), James Scott (Worcester Warriors), Aaron Hinkley (Gloucester), Rory Brand (London Irish),Tom Hardwick (Leicester Tigers), Matt Williams (London Irish).

Wales U20: Carwyn Penny (Gloucester); Rio Dyer (Dragons), Callum Carson (Ospreys), Ben Thomas (Cardiff Blues), Ryan Conbeer (Scarlets); Cai Evans (Ospreys), Harri Morgan (Ospreys); Rhys Carre (Cardiff Blues), Iestyn Harris (Cardiff Blues), Rhys Henry (Ospreys), Jack Pope (Bridgend), Morgan Jones (Scarlets), Tommy Reffell (capt, Leicester Tigers), Dan Davis (Scarlets), Morgan Morris (Ospreys).

Replacements: Will Griffiths (Dragons), Josh Reynolds (Dragons), Sam Wainwright (RGC), Owen Lloyd (Cardiff Blues), Taine Basham (Dragons), Aaron Hemmings (Scarlets), Max Llewellyn (Cardiff Blues), Tomi Lewis (Scarlets).

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