18th April 2017, 19:02 | englandrl
England Youth completed an Easter Weekend double over France with a convincing 38-6 victory at the Mend-a-hose Jungle, Castleford.
A strong first half display with tries from Jack Welsby, Dominic Young, Corey Johnson, Cameron Lees and three conversions for Harvey Spence gave England a 22-0 lead at the break.
Sing it out loud 👨🎤 pic.twitter.com/EzYi2KW8TP— England Rugby League (@England_RL) April 18, 2017
The second half started much like the first with England crossing early, this time through Thomas Holroyd before Yoann Reynaud grabbed a converted try for the visitors.
England's defence held strong for the remainder of the game as they kept France to a solitary score.
In the closing quarter Jack Welsby got his second try of the game before Dominic Young rounded off the scoring in the dying seconds with his second try.
Congratulations to Man of the Match - Morgan Smithies 👏 pic.twitter.com/W8Nye4ILvk— England Rugby League (@England_RL) April 18, 2017
Riley Dean, Dominic Young, Jack Broadbent, Matthew Foster, Jack Welsby, Harvey Spence, Ritchie Westwood, Brad Martin, Corey Johnson, Jack Wright, Joshua Simm, Oliver Waite, Morgan Smithies, Cameron Lees, Lewis Peachey, Ben Dobson, Thomas Holroyd
TRIES: Welsby (2), Young (2), Johnson, Lees, Holroyd
GOALS: Spence (5)
Corentin Rey, Guillaume Gorka, Pierre Fourquet, Louis Carre, Yoann Reynaud, Guilhem Munuera, Timothe Bertrand, Jean Pierre Lima, Thomas Lacans, Mathieu Cozza, Valentin Zafra, Kevin Benet, Romain Khedimi, Hugo Bravo, Francois Dorce-Hantz, Walid Aichouche, Hugo Salabio