Sam Costelow scored his first points for Wales Under-20s as they beat Italy on Sunday.
Capped at Under-18 level last season, the Leicester Tigers academy fly-half came off the bench to convert the final two tries in a 42-12 victory at the Stadio Danilo Martelli in Mantua as Wales recovered from defeat by France in Round 1 of this season’s Under-20s Six Nations.
England also bounced back from a disappointing opening weekend as Tigers duo Tom Hardwick and Joe Heyes both came off the bench in a 31-19 victory over defending champions France on Saturday.
England scored five tries on their way to victory in front of a near-9,000 crowd at Sandy Park, Exeter.
The hosts led 24-12 at half-time with tries from Ollie Sleightholme, Tom Willis, Olly Adkins and a penalty try. A second-half penalty try extended the lead to 19 points before France scored late on. They thought they had secured both a try scoring and a losing bonus point when they crossed the line in the final play of the match but it was ruled out for an obstruction and the game finished 31-19 in England's favour.
Tigers prop Sam Grahamslaw started a second successive game for Scotland as they were beaten 24-5 by Ireland.
England are away to Wales in Round 3 on Friday, February 22 in a game which will be shown live on S4C, while France host Scotland.