WORCESTER Warriors' duo Ollie Lawrence and Ted Hill were both involved in England's entertaining win over USA on Sunday afternoon.

Lawrence scored his first try for his country in the first-half but was later withdrawn after 34 minutes with a head injury as Eddie Jones men ran out 43-29 victory over the Eagles.

Warriors' captain Hill finally added to his one international cap off the bench and had 30 minutes on the pitch.

The former Worcester director of rugby Gary Gold, the USA head coach, watched on with pride as his side scored four tries in an impressive second-half display.

But the damage was done in the first-half as England bagged four tries through Sam Underhill, two from Joe Cockanasiga and Lawrence.

The visitors came out fighting after the break and scored instantly through flanker Fa'anana Schultz before Newcastle Falcons' Jamie Blamire responded for England a few moments later.

USA kept coming and deservedly added a second try, this time from Cam Dolan, who charged down Harry Randall's kick.

Randall redeemed himself with a score soon after and Marcus Smith also crossed before the USA rallied with tries from Hanco Germishuys and Christian Dyer.