WALES U20s return to Colwyn Bay on a high this week after sealing a sensational 23-22 win over England.

Their latest Six Nations clash went down to the wire and saw them Welsh squad dig deep to notch their first victory over England in four years.

This sets them up nicely for the next outing against Scotland at Stadiwm Zip World on Friday evening.

A sensational individual display from fly-half Sam Costelow played a leading role in the Welsh triumph, with the Scarlets-bound play demonstrating his class on both sides of the ball throughout.

The 19-year-old opened the scoring with a superb try during the opening exchanges, evading three tackles before crossing the white wash. Costelow also added the extras.

Emmanuel Iyogun responded quickly for the home side by powering his way over the line following a maul, but Wales went into the break with the advantage after Bradley Roderick rounded off a fine team move involving Costelow and Ben Carter.

After the break saw the hosts pile on the pressure early on, and they were rewarded with their second score of the evening courtesy of George Barton.

Costelow kept the scoreboard ticking over for the away side with a well-struck penalty, but England once again reacted and pulled to within two thanks to a Sam Crean try.

Another Costwlow penalty increased the Welsh advantage to five, but they were undone again on 70 minutes when a powerful run saw Jack Van Poortvliet go over for a try that was converted by replacement Will Haywon-Wood.

There was still time for further drama, which arrived in the dying stages and once again it was Costelow who made the difference, conjuring an incredible drop goal to round off the scoring and seal a memorable win for Gareth Williams’ men.