England Counties, with North Midlands prop Joe Wrafter in the starting XV, ran in six tries in a 40-5 victory over Romania A in Bucharest.
The game was their second of a three-match tour of the country where they will play Romania A again on Friday.
After a tentative start, where both sides jostled for territory, the first points of the match came in the shape of Counties hooker Dan Maher on the 17-minute mark.
The visitors continued to assert their dominance, and got their second courtesy of Matt Lane, giving them a 12-point cushion with eight minutes to go in the first half.
But a yellow card for Counties captain Joe Makin handed Romania A a hold in the game, and they capitalised on the stroke of half-time to cut the gap to 12-5.
Unfazed, Counties regrouped and piled on the pressure from the restart, with Lane grabbing his second four minutes in after collecting a neat up-and-under from fly half Warren Seals.
England put the game out of Romania’s reach in the final quarter as lock Rob Conquest and replacements Sam Baker and Lawrence Rayner crossed the whitewash to seal an impressive win and remain unbeaten on the tour.
“Scoring was a really proud moment,” said opening try-scorer Maher.
“It was really good to get over the line and that put the icing on the cake because I was looking for the win more.
“It was a tough game. We defended for about 70 or 80 per cent of the first half, but the lads stuck together and it didn’t matter how much they threw at us, they weren’t getting over the line.”