It was another busy weekend of international action for a number of Warriors and Valkyries as England claimed titles in three competitions.
Ben Te'o came off the bench for England but couldn't prevent a 13-9 victory for Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, although England did pick up the RBS 6 Nations trophy in Dublin to make it back-to-back titles.
Warriors centre Te'o played in all five games of England's campaign and crossed the line against France and Italy.
Meanwhile Jaba Bregvadze started for Georgia but they succumbed to an 8-7 defeat against Romania who claimed their first Six Nations B Championship with victory in Bucharest.
Both sides finished on the same points at the end of the campaign, but Romania's slender, one-point win in the head-to-head meant they picked up the trophy.
England Under 20s claimed their first Grand Slam since 2011 after a 14-10 victory over Ireland on Friday.
Warriors' Will Butler started while Justin Clegg and Joe Morris came off the bench for their country. Seventeen-year-old Ted Hill also played in the tournament.
In Glasgow, Warriors Academy back row Tom Dodd scored a fantastic interception try for Scotland Under 20s who recorded a 38-17 victory over Italy in their final game of the tournament as they recorded a fifth-place finish.
In the Women's Six Nations, Valkyries' Lydia Thompson and Laura Keates scored as England clinched the Grand Slam with a 34-7 win over Ireland in Dublin.
Bianca Blackburn, Rochelle Clark also featured as England stormed to the title with five convincing wins.
Valkyries duo Tracy Balmer and Lyndsay O'Donnell played a part in Scotland Women's 14-12 victory over Italy with Balmer announcing her retirement from the game, after winning her 43rd international cap.
Wales Women suffered a 39-19 defeat to France in Brive although Valkyrie Shona Powell-Hughes was on the scoresheet for her country who finished in fifth place in the table.