London Irish centre Johnny Williams along with the rest of the England Under-20s squad, sailed through to the final of the World Rugby U20s Championship last night with a convincing 39-17 win over South Africa.

England continued their 100% success rate with Williams crossing the whitewash for his second try of the tournament.

Glenn Delaney, Head of Rugby Operations said: "We couldn't be happier for Johnny. It has been a great opportunity for him to show everyone what he is made of and he's definitely done that. He has proven his class not only in the Premiership but now at international level. We are all behind him and wish him all the luck for the final."

England Under-20s now face Ireland in the final of the competition which will take place on Saturday 25th June (kick-off 7pm) at the AJ Bell Stadium, Manchester.

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