England's girls' and boys' teams went head to head with Scotland, Ireland and Wales in two days of competition.
Karen Burton's U16 Girls squad bounced back against Scotland after losing their opener against Ireland before picking up another victory over Wales on Sunday.
Billy Beddow's U16 Boys had a clean sweep of wins.
See below for details. There is a picture gallery at the bottom of this article.
ENGLAND GIRLS 62-81 Ireland
ENGLAND BOYS 69-67 Ireland
ENGLAND GIRLS 66-51 Scotland
ENGLAND BOYS 72-65 Scotland
ENGLAND GIRLS 88-28 Wales
ENGLAND BOYS 120-63 Wales
It was a tough start for Coach Burton's side, who went into half-time trailing 50-29. However, they went all out in the third to reduce the deficit to 10 points, before the Irish finished the contest strongly.
Irene Oboavwoduo led the fightback with 17 points for England, with teammate Katie Cox also reaching double figures with 12.
Coach Beddow's side had to come from behind to beat a tough Ireland side.
Despite making a fast start in the opening quarter, England found themselves behind at half-time and were four points adrift of Ireland going into the final quarter. Moziah King-Danchie stepped up with 17 points to help England seal a narrow opening win.
England's Girls ended their opening day action with a win and an encouraging performance against hosts Scotland.
Manchester Mystics' Oboavwoduo led the England scoring with 16 points while Cox had 15 and Felicia Jacobs-Abiola and Nella Okoro chipped in with seven apiece.
England finished day one of the tournament with a win over Scotland to record a third success.
They were in control at 47-25 at the half and despite the Scots having a significantly better second half, Beddow's team maintained their advantage to seal victory.
London Legends' King-Danchie top-scored with 20 points and Shawn Jamison Jr had 14.
England Girls ended their campaign in emphatic fashion with victory over Wales.
Coach Burton's side dominated throughout, with Felicia Jacobs-Abiola (20 points), Irene Oboavwoduo (13 points) and Elizandra Costa (10 points) proving tough to handle.
England Boys also enjoyed a big end to the Four Nations as they made it a double over their Welsh opponents.
Derelle Desire top-scored with an impressive 26 points, as he capped off a fine tournament by being crowned MVP. Timothy Oboh (16 points) and Ethan Conway (14 points) also ended their weekends strongly as Coach Beddow's side made it a clean sweep in Dundee.
Alice Woodward, Nottingham Wildcats
Ayla Habbal, GCA Haringey Angels
Debra Wilson-Osuide, London Lions
Elizandra Costa, Manchester Mystics
Ella Ryan, Hatfield Fliers
Esther Kursite-Kobri, Richmond Knights
Felicia Jacobs-Abiola, GCA Haringey Angels
Hannah Lovatt, Derby Trailblazers
Irene Oboavwoduo, Manchester Mystics
Katie Cox, Richmond Knights
Megan Verbeeten, Sussex Storm
Nella Okoro, Sheffield Hatters
Head coach: Karen Burton
Assistant coach: Annie Scanlon
Team manager: Charlotte Redhead
Derelle Desire, London Greenhouse Pioneers
Elijah Omar, Brixton Topcats
Ethan Conway, Richmond Knights
Harry Godwin, Richmond Knights
Jacob Marschall, Cambridge Cats
Jamie Bernard, Sheffield Sharks
Joshua Johnson-Thompson, Brentwood Fire
Luca Lara-Sanchez, Manchester Magic
Moziah King-Danchie, London Legends
Robbie Wild, Manchester Magic
Shawn Jamison Jr, Stoke-on-Trent Knights
Timothy Oboh, Kent Crusaders
Head coach: Billy Beddow
Assistant coach: Lucio Semedo
Team manager: Chris James