England have a number of young players in wonderful form and recently Henry Slade, Elliot Daly and Anthony Watson have had people within the game purring.
This weekend two more backs hit the scene competing for places, Ben Spencer of Saracens reminded of the class he possesses but rarely gets to show due to the depth at his club.
The scrum-half was blinding. His kick over the top to send Ashton over was masterful you could even argue perfect.
Vision like that is something you cannot teach. A quick look up after a clever break was all Spencer needed to send his winger away.
He added to this with a try of his own. This was created by his fleeting feet and made him stand out.
In the later Twickenham game there was one teenager who stood out. London Irish centre Johnny Williams was outstanding and scored a brace in a game which showed very little positive for the Exiles.
Williams has an excellent record recently with four tries in just three games bagging two tries in the Challenge Cup with one each against Grenoble and Agen.
The centre has only just turned 19 and has a number of age grade appearances for England.
The speedy centre’s tries were not that straight forward either, they were quite sensational. The strong fending and bravery of Williams makes him a very exciting prospect.
The fact that every weekend a new name is popping up as a potential England candidate is only promising for the game in this country.
Spencer and Williams are sure to be around for years and if they can continue their current form there is nothing to stop them being England stars.