WORCESTER Warriors wing Josh Adams and Worcester Valkyries hooker Lark Davies are Grand Slam winners.

Adams started for Wales in their 25-7 win over Ireland at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff.

Davies came on as a replacement in England women’s 80-0 demolition of Scotland at Twickenham.

A first-minute try from Hadleigh Parkes and 20 points from the boot of Gareth Anscombe gave Wales the Guinness Six Nations title and extended their record winning sequence to 14 matches.

Adams made a major contribution to Wales’ success by scoring a try in the wins over Italy, England and Scotland in only his second Six Nations.

Wales’ win meant they had the Six Nations title secured before England kicked off against Scotland at Twickenham.

England surrendered a 31-point lead but salvaged a 38-38 draw thanks to a last-gasp try and conversion from George Ford.

Warriors centre Ben Te’o won his 20th international cap and his 18th for Englandwhen he came on as a 77th-minute replacement for Manu Tuilagi.

England women then took centre stage at Twickenham where they ran in 12 tries in an easy bonus-point win.

They were 45-0 up at half-time and doubled their score in an equally one-sided second half to wrap up their 15th Six Nations and 14th Grand Slam.

England men's under 20s ended their Six Nations campaign with a 45-7 bonus-point victory over Scotland at Northampton with significant contributions from Warriors trio Ollie Lawrence, Kai Owen and James Scott.

Lawrence was voted fans’ player of the match and set up his centre partner Cameron Redpath for England’s bonus-point try.

Loosehead prop Owen made his first start for the under 20s and lock Scott enjoyed his second start of the tournament having impressed in the victory over Italy at Bedford.

Head coach Steve Bates said: "We’re making good progress but are certainly not the finished article by any stretch.

"But we were much more creative, kept the ball for longer and looked more dangerous than we have previously in the competition."