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And the trio reaped havoc against the Scots with Daly bagging a hat-trick and Ford the man-of-the-match award leaving Farrell, son of former cross-codes international Andy, hoping he can remain a part of the set-up for England’s final match against Ireland.
Farrell said: “I’m really pleased to get my first appearance under my belt at U20 level – I’ve been dying to get out there playing and to do it against Scotland and to get the win just makes it all the more special.
“It doesn’t matter to me what position I’m playing, it just means so much to wear the shirt and to do as well as I can for my country and for the lads.
“It’s great to be playing with such talented young players. To have Fordy at No. 10 is great – he’s always talking and letting you know what’s what and that’s great.
“He’s a real thinker and is always one step ahead of everyone else, and then you’ve got Elliot Daly on the other side who can beat players at will, it’s a great combination.
“I’m available to play against Ireland next week so hopefully I’ve done enough to stay involved in some capacity – but I’ll have to wait and see.”
After scoring four tries against Italy, Daly was again at the heart of the action for England – who have won four from four – but the Wasps starlet was quick to deflect praise towards his teammates.
He said: “I’ve been getting on the end of a few tries recently [seven in three 6 Nations games] but it really is all down to my teammates.
“I think I only ran the minimum amount of yardage for my three against Scotland, and that’s all down to the hard work of the players around me.”
“Scotland caused us a few problems, they held possession for long periods, but we held our shape and kept them at bay.”