Wales Women 0 - 63 England Women, Cardiff Arms Park
England Women came up with a dominant 11-try performance as they blanked Wales Women by 0-63 in their Women's Six Nations clash at Cardiff Arms Park on Saturday.
The win has also taken England to the top of the table with nine points from two matches while Wales have slipped to the fourth position. This was also Wales' first defeat under the new head coach Rowland Phillips, having registered a 20-8 win over Italy in the opening game.
Worcester wing Lydia Thompson led the way by scoring three tries, while Amy Wilson-Hardy and Danielle Waterman both crossed twice.
And the one-sided success was further underlined through touchdowns from Amy Cokayne, Natasha Hunt, Katy McLean and Sarah Hunter, with Emily Scarratt kicking four conversions.