England Women beat Scotland 80-0 to win Grand Slam

Emily Scarratt was one of England's try scorer
Emily Scarratt was one of England's try scorer

England Women 80-0 Scotland Women

England Women ran a 12-try riot as they trounced their Scotland counterparts 80-0 to win the Six Nations Grand Slam for the ninth time.

England now end the Six Nations campaign with 28 points that include five bonus-point wins apart from the three more additional points for winning the Grand Slam, clearly dominating the tournament while Scotland had a tough time finishing bottom with a solitary point.

Sarah Beckett (3'), Jess Breach (6' and 17'), Natasha Hunt (12'), Kelly Smith (21'), Poppy Cleall (25') and Amy Cokayne (40') all scored first-half tries while Katy Daley-McLean kicked five conversions as the red rose team scored 45 unanswered points before the break.

The final of the seven tries came after Scotland captain Lisa Thomson was sin-binned as Scotland had a dreadful first half.

Any respite for Scotland in the second half was put off by further tries from Sarah Bern (50'), Sarah Hunter (53'), Emily Scarratt (65'), Cleall (71') and Cath O'Donnell (80') while Daley-McLean also added four extras as Simon Middleton's side sealed an 80-0 victory.

"I couldn't be prouder," head coach Middleton said.

"They were sensational. It was soul-destroying losing to France last year and we wanted to put that right but we wanted to do that in the right way."