- Wales - Tries: Kavanagh, Hale Cons: Wilkins
- England - Tries: Bern 2, Breach 2, Packer, O'Donnell, Dow, Beckett, Daley-Mclean Cons: Harrison 3
England Women continued their perfect start to the Women's Six Nations after a 51-12 bonus-point win against Wales at Cardiff Arms Park.
The Red Roses made seven changes from the win over France, but the cohesion was there straight away as they opened the scoring in the second minute when Sarah Bern hit a powerful line off Katy Daley-Mclean's inside ball and broke two tackles before rolling over and dotting down.
Jess Breach finished off a flowing move out wide, Marlie Packer crossed off the back of a driving maul, before some lovely footwork by Bern saw her cross for her second and the bonus-point inside half an hour.
Following some wonderful offloading by the backline, Breach added her second when she handed off and broke through before Wales wing Jess Kavanagh stepped off her wing for their first points, but England led 29-5 at the break.
In a much tighter second half, it took until the 60th minute for England to go over again as Catherine O'Donnell got low and powered over from the back of a ruck.
A break from deep by Daley-Mclean saw England work the ball to Abby Dow and the wing did superbly to beat three defenders and race in, before Sarah Beckett stepped inside the defensive live to sprint in under the posts.
Wales got a late consolation score from close range through Cerys Hale, then in the final play of the game Daley-Mclean side stepped from five metres out for England's ninth try.
England have now won four games in a row against Wales in the Six Nations and move back top of the table on 15 points, three ahead of unbeaten Italy who they play in round four at Sandy Park, Exeter.
Since her return from the England sevens programme, Jess Breach has continued her outstanding try scoring record for the Red Roses as she has scored in each of the three Women's Six Nations games so far.
After six tries on her debut against Canada in November 2017, the Harlequins Ladies wing has scored in every England game she has featured in and she is up to five for the tournament this season.
Breach, who also had a try ruled out in the first half from a crossfield kick, has now scored 16 tries in her six caps.
England head coach Simon Middleton: “We’re really pleased with the result – to score 50 points in any game is impressive but to score 50 today is testament to some skilful play and down to staying in the game and overcoming some frustration to finish strong.
“Wales were incredibly strong and when they had the ball it was so difficult to get it back off of them so we really had to work for it.
“We’ll celebrate a great win tonight and then we’ll relax and recover before moving our focus to Italy.”
15. Elinor Snowsill, 14. Jasmine Joyce, 13. Hannah Jones, 12. Hannah Bluck, 11. Jess Kavanagh, 10. Robyn Wilkins, 9. Keira Bevan; 1. Caryl Thomas, 2. Carys Phillips, 3. Amy Evans, 4. Gwen Crabb, 5. Mel Clay, 6. Bethan Lewis, 7. Alex Callender, 8. Siwan Lillicrap.
Replacements: 16. Kelsey Jones, 17. Cara Hope, 18. Cerys Hale, 19. Natalia John, 20. Alisha Butchers, 21. Ffion Lewis, 22. Lisa Neumann, 23. Lauren Smyth.
15. Sarah McKenna, 14. Abby Dow, 13. Rachael Burford, 12. Zoe Harrison, 11. Jess Breach, 10. Katy Daley-Mclean, 9. Natasha Hunt; 1. Vickii Cornborough , 2. Amy Cokayne, 3. Sarah Bern, 4. Catherine O’Donnell, 5. Abbie Scott, 6. Sarah Beckett, 7. Marlie Packer, 8. Poppy Cleall.
Replacements: 16. Lark Davies, 17. Hannah Botterman, 18. Shaunagh Brown, 19. Jo Brown, 20. Sarah Hunter, 21. Claudia Macdonald, 22. Carys Williams, 23. Emily Scott.
England Women 2019 Six Nations
Ireland 7-51 England
England 41-26 France
Wales 12-51 England
England v Italy
Saturday 9 March, KO 12.05pm GMT - live Sky Sports
Sandy Park, Exeter
England v Scotland
Saturday 16 March, KO 7.30pm - live Sky Sports