Gloucester open-side Andy Hazell grabbed his first international try as England beat Italy 39-7. Hazell's touch down was one of England's six tries in their first win of this season's RBS Six Nations.
Gloucester's Mefin Davies had a key role in Wales' first half dominance as they beat Scotland 46-22 at Murrayfield, before being replaced after 49 minutes.
Gloucester's Olly Morgan has a good game for England U21s as they beat Italy 31-14 at the weekend. The 19 year-old full-back scored his country's first try in an impressive opening 20 minutes. It was the U21s second victory of the season. Morgan's touch down came from a Toby Flood break, and the Gloucester player showed a lovely side-step to go over for the first score.
Wales Under 21s are still on for the Grand Slam after defeating their Scottish counterparts 31-7 at the weekend. Gloucester's James Merriman captain the side, and the open-side flanker grabbed Wales' second try.
Gloucester's Mark Foster rescued a 27-27 draw for England with a sensational try from the last play of their dramatic contest with Italy at the weekend. England's early defensive errors appeared to have gifted the game to the visitors when Pietro Travagli scored in injury time to leave them trailing by seven points.
Gloucester Academy player Foster picked off a pass in his own 22 and raced 80 metres for his second try of the game with Oxford centre James Whittingham adding the conversion. Rory Teague and Will Matthews were also on show in the Students international, and were joined by regular Zurich 'A' second row Tom Skelding.
An eight-try victory for England U19s this weekend saw them claim a historic Grand Slam, and Gloucester's Ryan Lamb was a regular at number nine throughout the campaign. Never before has an English team at this level claimed a Grand Slam win and what better time to do it than just weeks before Tosh Askew's side travel to South Africa for the IRB Under 19s World Championship.
Italy drew first blood with an early Michele Sepe penalty, but England soon stamped their authority on the game with Gloucester scrum-half Ryan Lamb running in the first of four first-half tries.
The score came following a home scrum and after England had exhausted their options out-wide, they attacked through the centre. Thinking on his feet Lamb picked up from the back of a ruck to dart over the line and score. Wasps fly-half Daniel Cipriani converted.
Lamb grabbed his second try later on before setting-up a score for fullback Shane Geraghty, which took England 31-3 clear at the break.
Gloucester's Academy stars were out in force for England U18 at the weekend as they beat Scotland 34-0. Full-back Pete Swatkins converted England's second try to take a 12-0 half time lead. Two tries in the final 10 minutes sealed the win, and one of them came from impressive centre Jack Adams, a St Peter's School pupil, who is on the books of Gloucester, and has made a number of Zurich 'A' League appearances.