- Scotland - Tries: Konkel Pens: Law
- England - Tries: Waterman 2, Bern, Pearce 2, Kildunne, Tuima Conversions: Daley-Mclean 4
England Women ran in seven tries as they beat Scotland 43-8 to make it three wins from three in the 2018 Six Nations.
In a game played at Scotstoun Stadium in Glasgow, England crossed inside three minutes when Danielle Waterman, winning her 80th cap, took the ball off Lauren Cattell after the centre's break and stepped the covering defender to dot down under the posts.
Prop Sarah Bern hit a superb line for England's second before Scotland rallied through Sarah Law's penalty and Jade Konkel's try to bring the scores to within six points.
However, Charlotte Pearce's first international try put England back in control and despite Izzy Noel Smith's yellow card the bonus-point was secured when Ellie Kildunne scored following a deep break for a 26-8 half-tine lead.
England continued their pressure in the second half and Pearce showed superb strength and composure to cross for her second.
Lagi Tuima, on her fifth cap for England, also got her first try for her country with arguably the score of the night as she broke through the midfield and stepped a couple of players to run in.
Waterman's second came from a well worked move off the back of a scrum and she nearly got her hat-trick in the final moments but her effort was ruled out after her foot was just in touch.
It has been an impressive opening three rounds from Simon Middleton's side in the defence of the Grand Slam they secured last year, with three bonus-point wins from three to sit top of the table.
It was another landmark night in the career of Rochelle 'Rocky' Clark as England's most capped international reached 135 international appearances, taking her to fourth on the all-time list behind Richie McCaw, Brian O'Driscoll and George Gregan.
The 36-year-old is now the world's most capped prop and front row forward in the history of the game as she overtook Wales prop Gethin Jenkins.
After leading the team out before the game, the Wasps Ladies prop came on with 20 minutes to go and was her usual industrious self in both defence and attack.
At the other end of her international career was Kelly Smith as the Gloucester-Hartpury wing came on for her debut in the second half.
England's back three in particular were in fine form on a windy night in Glasgow as they scored five of the seven tries.
Danielle Waterman's two scores take her to 27 tries in 29 Six Nations appearances while 18-year-old Ellie Kildunne kept her impressive strike rate up since her debut in November, with eight tries in seven outings.
Charlotte Pearce's impressive form at Loughborough Lightning in the Tyrrells Premier 15s saw her called up to the squad, and on her third cap she went over for a maiden Test score and followed it up with another after the break.
“We did some really good things tonight, some of the contributions from the younger players were outstanding," said head coach Simon Middleton.
"At the same time we gave away some unnecessary penalties which led to yellow cards, so there is lots to look at, and learn from, going into our next game against France, which will be a really tough fixture but one we are looking forward to.
“We want to pay tribute to Rocky tonight also, she’s an incredible player and incredible person, it’s a great achievement.”
England have another fallow week next week, before their final two games of the tournament against France and then Ireland.
The next match is on Saturday 10 March in Grenoble when the Red Roses take on the French in a game that is live Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix.
England - 15. Ellie Kildunne, 14. Danielle Waterman, 13. Lagi Tuima, 12. Lauren Cattell, 11. Charlotte Pearce, 10. Katy Daley-Mclean, 9. Leanne Riley; 1. Vickii Cornborough, 2. Amy Cokayne, 3. Sarah Bern, 4. Abbie Scott, 5. Tamara Taylor, 6. Rowena Burnfield, 7. Izzy Noel-Smith, 8. Poppy Cleall.
16. Lark Davies, 17. Rochelle Clark, 18. Justine Lucas, 19. Catherine O’Donnell, 20. Marlie Packer, 21. Caity Mattinson, 22. Amber Reed, 23. Kelly Smith.
Scotland - 15. Chloe Rollie, 14. Liz Musgrove, 13. Lisa Thomson, 12. Hannah Smith, 11. Rhona Lloyd, 10. Helen Nelson, 9. Sarah Law; 1. Siobhan McMillan, 2. Lana Skeldon, 3. Megan Kennedy, 4. Emma Wassell, 5. Deborah McCormack, 6. Sarah Bonar, 7. Rachel Malcolm, 8. Jade Konkel.
16. Jodie Rettie, 17. Mags Lowish, 18. Lindsey Smith, 19. Siobhan Cattigan, 20. Louise McMillan, 21. Mhairi Grieve, 22. Eilidh Sinclair, 23. Lauren Harris.