Two first-half tries saw Wales Under-20 women triumph 12-7 over England at Taff Wells on Sunday.
Wales started on the front foot with plenty of early territory and that was converted into points after just 12 minutes.
Skipper Adi Taviner made ground before offloading to winger Charlotte Murray who used her strength to barge her way home from close range.
Scrum-half Yasmin Leung was off target with the conversion and England’s afternoon got worse when flanker Hannah Field went off injured.
The one-way traffic did not let up and when Wales put the squeeze on at a scrum, No.8 Vicky Owens had the space to power over. Leung nailed the conversion to put the home side 12-0 ahead.
While Wales dominated first-half proceedings, England came into the game after the break particularly after Welsh fly half Betham Preece was yellow carded eight minutes into the second half.
England made the breakthrough when they turned over Wales in the 22, and full-back Kay Wilson reacted quickest to stroll over.
Centre Amber Reed added the extras but it despite increased territory and possession they could not find the score to overhaul the hosts.