Hill plays part in England win
FORMER Crediton centre Sam Hill helped England under-20s beat their French counterparts at Worcester's Sixways Stadium on Friday night.
Harlequins' Jack Clifford stole the headlines as he scored a hat-trick of tries in the match, which saw England win 40-10.
Leicester Tigers' Henry Purdy also crossed for a try, with a penalty try and 15 points from the boot of Exeter Chiefs' Henry Slade completing the scoring for England, who only led 6-3 at the half-time break.
The result kept England second in the under-20s Six Nations table, with Wales leading the way after their 25-10 win against Italy.
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Hill's former Crediton teammate Mica Evans appeared off the bench as the England Women under-20s lost 17-5 against France at Esher on Saturday.
In their first international of the season, prop Evans, who now plays for Saracens, was sent on for the last 18 minutes.
France, who beat England three times last season, proved too much of a handful for a young home side that led 7-5 at the break. The teams meet again in Dijon on March 15.