They beat Ireland today, following wins over Wales and Scotland yesterday.
The boys bettered Scotland yesterday, beat Wales this morning but came up just short against winners Ireland in their final game.
See all scores, game recaps and a picture gallery below.
09:00: Scotland 37-76 England
11:00: Ireland 90-39 Wales
17:00: England 91-41 Wales
19:00: Ireland 81-58 Scotland
13:00: Scotland 42-95 England
15:00: Ireland 71-62 Wales
13:00: Wales 33-62 Scotland
15:00: Ireland 61-73 England
09:00: England 80-43 Wales
11:00: Ireland 99-39 Scotland
17:00: Wales 91-87 Scotland
19:00: Ireland 89-84 England
England made a flying start to their Four Nations campaign with a big win over Scotland.
Adaora Dioramma of Haringey Hawks had a game-high 19-points, while Maisie Keyes (Manchester Mystics) and Deanna Carrington (Ipswich) posted double figures with 14 and 10 points respectively.
England led 19-15 after the first quarter after five quick points from Keyes and though Scotland fought back strongly in the second, Megan Verbeeten (Storm Basketball Club) and Keyes posted important points late in the quarter to send England in front 33-27 at half-time.
Coach Cristina Stanciuca's side came out firing in the second half, with a 23-5 third quarter and the fourth was just as dominant as England scored 20 points to Scotland's five.
England Boys recorded a second win to make it two from two against Scotland.
Kervy Mabaya-Muteba (Enfield Scorpions) led the charge with 16 points, backed by Maxwell Revell (Eisbaren Bremerhaven, Germany) and Khyle Capanzana (London Lions) who hit 14 and 12 points respectively.
Alexis Lewis' side raced into a 24-6 lead in the opening quarter and were comfortable throughout. They didn't let up as a 25-8 fourth quarter ensured it was two huge wins to begin the Four Nations in Dublin.
England Girls racked up another impressive victory over Wales.
Verbeeten continued her strong start to the competition with a game-high 20 points, closely followed by Keyes who ended the game with 19.
England were always in control as they led each quarter to finish with just under a century score.
England Boys produced a commanding second-half performance to run out big winners over Wales.
Ethan Round (Northamptonshire Titans) produced the goods with 19 points for Coach Lewis' side, while Revell (15 points) continued his early form.
A tight start to the contest saw England go into half-time with a slender 32-28 advantage but a strong 30-7 third-quarter swing gave them all the momentum to take a second win in the competition.
England Girls sealed their status as Four Nations champions following a win over host nation Ireland.
The in-form Verbeeten put in a top-scoring 18 points, with Keyes (16pts), Ayla Habbal Haringey Hawks, 16 points) and Dioramma (15 points) also producing the goods.
A strong second 20-8 quarter gave England the advantage going into half-time and managed to contain the raucous home to stay on course for an unbeaten tournament.
England Boys fell just short in their quest for Four Nations glory as hosts Ireland won in overtime.
Down by one deep into the fourth, Round rallied to level the scores before a close-fought period of overtime which went down to the wire.
Mabaya-Muteba (15 points), Walton (13 points), Capanzana (11 points), Lewis (11 points) all delivered big displays but it wasn't to be in front of a raucous Ireland crowd.
Kara Bassil, Ipswich Basketball Club
Deanna Carrington, Ipswich Basketball Club
Alana Cheal, Storm Basketball Club
Elizandra Costa, Manchester Mystics
Adaora Dioramma, Haringey Hawks Basketball Club
Ayla Habbal, Haringey Hawks Basketball Club
Maisie Keyes, Manchester Mystics
Hannah Lovatt, Derby Trailblazers Basketball Club
Maia Wiseman, Ipswich Basketball Club
Charley Woodman, Bristol Academy Flyers Basketball Club
Alice Woodward, Nottingham Wildcats Basketball Club
Megan Verbeeten, Storm Basketball Club
Head Coach: Cristina Stanciuca
Assistant Coach: Annie Scanlon
Team Manager: Sam Bell
Physio: Holly Savage
S&C Coach: Madeleine Westland
Henry Bugden, Sussex Bears Basketball Club
Khyle Capanzana, London Lions Basketball Club
Layjuan Farrell, City of Birmingham Rockets Basketball Club
David Hewitt, Manchester Magic
Corey Hill, Bristol Academy Flyers Basketball Club
Xavier Lewis, SP Elite, USA
Kervy Mabaya-Muteba, Enfield Scorpions Basketball Club
Elijah Omar, Brixton Topcats
Maxwell Revell, Eisbaren Bremerhaven, Germany
Ethan Round, Northamptonshire Titans
Jack Walton, Manchester Magic
Nicholas Wild, Derby Trailblazers Basketball Club
Head Coach: Alexis Lewis
Assistant Coach: Michael Martin
Team Manager: Gavin Nayler
Physio: Bob Bramah
S&C Coach: Aiden Griggs
Photo credit - Basketball Ireland (Inpho Photography)