Wasps Academy had two players involved in the semi-finals of this year’s World Rugby Under 20 Championship in Argentina.
Tom Willis scored an 80th-minute match-winning-try for England Under 20s as they beat Ireland Under 20s in Rosario 30-23 on Monday.
Willis scored his third try of the tournament to help England avenge their loss to Ireland in the opening fixture of the tournament and as a result will face Wales in the fifth-place final on Saturday 22 June (KO 2.30pm BST, live on World Rugby).
They will take on Wales, who defeated New Zealand in the other fifth-placed semi-final, at the Racecourse Stadium, Rosario.
Wasps Academy back Cameron Anderson was also in the Scotland Under 20s squad which lost 19-26 against Italy Under 20s in terrible conditions at Rosario’s Club Old Resian.
Scotland will face Fiji in the eleventh-place final on Saturday, 22 June, KO 2.30pm BST
England U20 fixtures
Tuesday 4 June: England U20s 26-42 Ireland U20s
Saturday 8 June: England U20s 24-23 Italy U20s
Wednesday 12 June: England U20s 56-33 Australia U20s
Monday 17 June: England U20s 30-23 Ireland U20s
Saturday 22 June: England U20s v Wales U20s KO 2.30pm BST, live on ITV.
Scotland U20 fixtures
Tuesday 4 June: South Africa U20s 43-19 Scotland U20s
Saturday 8 June: New Zealand U20s 52-33 Scotland U20s
Wednesday 12 June: Georgia U20s 17-12 Scotland U20s
Monday 17 June: Scotlands U20s 19-26 Italy U20s
Saturday 22 June: Scotland U20s v Fiji U20s KO 2.30pm BST, live on World Rugby platforms.