TAUNTON Rugby Club was well represented across two England versus Scotland clashes on the final weekend of the Six Nations.

Ben Moon and Sam Skinner, both formerly of Taunton Titans and now team-mates at Exeter Chiefs, started on opposing sides in the enthralling Calcutta Cup clash at Twickenham, which ended 38-38 – the highest-scoring draw in the history of international rugby.

England prop Moon lasted only four minutes, going off with what appeared to be a shoulder injury, but still the hosts raced into a 31-0 lead in as many minutes.

Yet Scotland hit back with four tries in 13 second-half minutes, with flanker Skinner playing his part until being taken off in the 57th minute.

A Sam Johnson try looked to have won it for the Scots late on, only for George Ford to level matters with the final action of the match.

The draw secured second place in the standings for England, behind Grand Slam winners Wales.

At Northampton's Franklin's Gardens, meanwhile, England Under-20s ended their Six Nations campaign with a 45-7 bonus-point victory over their Scottish counterparts.

Alfie Petch and Richard Capstick, both of whom have played for Taunton, came on as replacements for England, with Petch barging over for his side's fifth try with 10 minutes to go.

England finished the tournament in third place, behind champions Ireland and France.