WALES U20s began their Six Nations campaign in emphatic style with a 36-3 win over Scotland.

The clash at Colwyn Bay’s Stadiwm Zip World drew a bumper crowd and they were treated to a dominant performance from the Welsh side, which featured RGC star Sam Wainwright who started the contest.

They now head to Gloucester to take on reigning Grand Slam champions England on the back of the five try mauling, which drew praise from head coach Jason Strange.

He said: "It was a good start to the campaign and we're pleased with the result. We looked like a team playing our first game, but I'm very pleased with the effort.

"We needed to be a bit more clinical and we will improve for next week. England will always pose a huge challenge, but we will look forward to taking them on away from home."

The hosts wasted no time in making an impact on proceedings when Harri Morgan touched down for a debut try following good work from Callum Carson after just three minutes, with Cai Evans adding the extras.

A second try arrived moments later after Paddy Dewhurst had kicked what proved to be the visitors' only points of the night, and this time it was Joe Goodchild who went over in the corner following a superb move involving Rhys Carre, Ryan Conbeer and Dan Davis.

Their dominance continued after a long kick resulted in Corey Baldwin running 40-metres to cross the white wash, and the scoreboard kept ticking over after the break courtesy of an Evans penalty.

The impressive Davis secure Wales’ bonus point try after another period of pressure soon after, and Baldwin notched his second try of the contest late on to complete the scoring.