The Red Roses ended their Autumn fixtures with a dominant win against Canada
Tries from Alex Matthews, Amy Cokayne and Danielle Waterman gave the Red Roses a 15-6 lead at the break
Further scores from Kay Wilson, Emily Scarratt, Lydia Thompson and Claire Allan sealed the win
England scored seven tries to convincingly beat Canada in a repeat of the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham on Saturday
The Red Roses led 15-6 at the break thanks to three first half tries. Flanker Alex Matthews finished superbly in the corner early on before Amy Cokayne dotted down off the back of a rolling maul to double the hosts advantage just before the half hour.
WHAT. A. TRY. 🔥🔥🔥
38′ ENG 15-3 CAN
— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) November 26, 2016
Canada’s Andrea Burk narrowed the deficit with a well-struck penalty but Danielle Waterman crossed after a phenominal solo effort after 38 minutes.
Burk though pegged Canada back into the contest just before the break with another penalty, 15-6.
However, England secured the dominant display with Kay Wilson, Emily Scarratt, Lydia Thompson and Claire Allan touching down. Scarratt completed the scoring with two conversions.