Kyle Sinckler, tight-head prop for 2020 EPCR Challenge Cup winners Bristol Bears, was one of three England try-scorers as they defeated Wales 20-10 in the Six Nations Championship in Cardiff on Saturday.
Sinckler, who has made two appearances for Bristol in their path to the EPCR Challenge Cup Round of 16, crossed early in the second half to give England a 15-10 lead in a tense Test.
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Scarlets full-back Leigh Halfpenny had kept Wales in touch with a 21st minute penalty, after Leicester Tigers wing Anthony Watson had scored the only try of the first half, and then helped them into a 10-8 lead by converting an interception try from Gloucester Rugby wing Louis Rees-Zammit.
However, Sinckler responded immediately with his try and Bath Rugby centre Ollie Lawrence put the game beyond doubt with a 75th minute try.