WALES were unable to make it two U20 Six Nations wins in succession after a 37-12 loss to England.

The visitors dealt well with early aerial bombardment from the home side, and they notched the first try of the contest when Harri Morgan crossed the white wash on 12 minutes.

England fly-half James Grayson struck a penalty to narrow the gap, and this was swiftly followed by a Ben White score following an extended period of pressure.

Grayson kicked another penalty to extend that lead near the half-hour mark, and things got even worse for the Welsh side when centre Cameron Redpath crossed for his side's second try, which was converted by Grayson.

After the break saw the hosts pull further clear when a sensational run from winger Gabriel Ibitoye resulted in another score. Grayson added the extras.

Jordan Olowofela was the next to go over during a rampant spell from England, and his sensational solo effort was easily converted by Grayson to seal the tie.

Wales still displayed enough pluck in attack, and indeed defence, with Rio Dyer constantly showing his desire to cross for a try on debut. Then, with seven minutes left, he did just that with a fantastic cross-field kick from fly-half Cai Evans found Dyer, who beat his opposite number in the air and then ground the ball after stepping an oncoming defender.

Evans followed up his pin-point kick to the corner with an excellent conversion to make it 32-12, but with two minutes remaining England openside Aaron Hinkley made the final imprint on the scoreboard when he touched down.