England winger Arthur Relton’s score against Wales has been named Six Nations Under-20s Try of Round 4 after winning a public vote.
Up against impressive scores from France duo Maxime Baudonne and Enzo Reybier, as well as Simone Gesi’s try for Italy, Relton narrowly got the nod from the public with 42.9% of votes cast.
Gesi’s spectacular long-range effort came in second on 33.5% with Baudonne accruing 12.9% and Reybier notching 10.7%.
England moved within one victory of clinching a Grand Slam with a dominant 45-3 triumph over Wales in Cardiff.
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They had three tries when Relton clinched the bonus point after some fine work from his forwards in the build-up.
The pack had been rebuffed as they hammered away from close range, but those charges had the desired effect as they sucked in the Welsh defence.
That allowed Jack van Poortvliet to throw a long pass and quick hands enabled Relton to stroll in almost untouched.
The winger winning the public vote means an England score has now been named Six Nations Under-20s Try of the Round on three occasions during this Championship, following in the footsteps of Sam Riley in Round 2 and Ewan Richards last time out.
Six Nations Under-20s Try of Round 4 results
Arthur Relton (England) – 42.9%
Simone Gesi (Italy) – 33.5%
Maxime Baudonne (France) – 12.9%
Enzo Reybier (France) – 10.7%