- Red Roses go top of Six Nations table
- England: Tries - Wilson Hardy 2, Cokayne, Hunt, Thompson 3, Mclean, Hunter, Waterman 2. Cons - Scarratt 4
England Women scored 11 tries as they cruised to a 63-0 bonus-point win over Wales Women at Cardiff Arms Park on Tamara Taylor's 100th cap.
Worcester Valkyries wing Lydia Thompson scored a hat trick of tries while Amy Wilson Hardy and Danielle Waterman both crossed twice.
The Red Roses went in at half-time with a 36-0 lead thanks to scores from Wilson Hardy, Amy Cokayne, Natasha Hunt, Thompson, Katy Mclean and Sarah Hunter, with Emily Scarratt kicking four conversions.
They continued their form in the second half as Thompson (twice), Waterman (twice) and Wilson Hardy all dotted down.
The victory followed up last week's 26-13 comeback win over France and sees England top the Women's Six Nations table.
Early bonus point
England started brightly and were ahead in the third minute when the ball was sent wide to Wilson Hardy who sidestepped Wales wing Elen Evans to dive over in the corner.
Five minutes later Cokayne crashed over for her sixth international try and Hunt was on the end of another flowing move soon after to score her side's third.
And the Red Roses sealed the bonus point after just 23 minutes when Thompson showed Dyddgu Hywel a clean set of heels to score.
Mclean passes 400 international points
Darlington Mowden Park Sharks fly half Mclean cut inside to score in the corner after 27 minutes to move on to 401 international career points for England.
Captain Hunter was then on the end of a catch and drive for her side's sixth try three minutes before the break.
The second half began in the same vein as the first as the Red Roses took advantage of an overlap out wide for Thompson to cross for her second try.
Hat trick for Thompson
In the 48th minute Waterman showed her pace and strength to finish in the corner, and nine minutes later she dived over for her 24th try in her 24th Six Nations appearance.
Wilson Hardy crossed for her second try after 61 minutes and Thompson completed her hat trick six minutes later, with the pair and Waterman now joint top of the Women's Six Nations try-scoring charts with three.
England managed to keep Wales out for the remainder of the match to mark Taylor's 100th appearance with a comfortable win.
'It was a real 23 player effort'
England's Fans' player of the match Waterman was impressed with the impact of the Red Roses' bench to prevent Wales from registering any points in the match.
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"We’ll take a lot of pride in terms of how we played as a team, it was a real 23 player effort," she said.
"The girls who came off the bench did a cracking job, Wales had a lot more ball in the last 20 minutes.
"We showed real ferociousness to keep them off the line and make sure we walked away without conceding any points."
Danielle Waterman , Lydia Thompson, Emily Scarratt, Amber Reed, Amy Wilson Hardy, Katy Mclean, Natasha Hunt; Rochelle Clark, Amy Cokayne, Laura Keates, Harriet Millar-Mills, Tamara Taylor, Izzy Noel-Smith, Marlie Packer, Sarah Hunter.
Replacements: Vicky Fleetwood, Justine Lucas, Sarah Bern, Zoe Aldcroft, Poppy Cleall, La Toya Mason, Emily Scott, Rachael Burford.
Dyddgu Hywel, Elen Evans, Kerin Lake, Robyn Wilkins, Adi Taviner, Elinor Snowsill, Keira Bevan; Caryl Thomas, Carys Phillips, Amy Evans, Rebecca Rowe, Mel Clay, Alisha Butchers, Rachel Taylor, Sioned Harries.
Replacements: Lowri Harries, Cerys Hale, Gwenllian Pyrs, Siwan Lillicrap, Elen Davies, Sian Moore, Gemma Rowland, Jessica Kavanagh-Williams.