England Women crush Scotland 89-0
England's Women remain on course for a Grand Slam and a record sixth straight Six Nations title after a comprehensive win over Scotland Women at Twickenham.
The rout was the biggest in England's history, surpassing the 82-0 World Cup win over Kazakhstan last year.
The hosts took a 41-0 lead into the break after a totally dominant display.
England scored 15 tries in all, with Heather Fisher, Maggie Alphonsi, Emily Scarratt, Fran Matthews, Rochelle Clark and Danielle Waterman all getting two.
It was always going to be too much to ask an inexperienced Scotland side, still rebuilding after the World Cup, to eek out victory against opponents who seem to have forgotten how to lose in this competition.
England's women have now won all four matches in this year's tournament and last year's World Cup finalists are on course to clinch a fifth Grand Slam in six years.
The women ran onto the pitch immediately after their male counterparts had put a packed Twickenham through 80 minutes of tense, nervy rugby, which Grand-Slam chasing England eventually won 22-16.
Flanker Heather Fisher was impressive against Scotland
For those fans who stayed behind, of which there were plenty, there was little of that tension in the day's second international as England - much-changed from the line-up which beat France in their last outing - scored four tries in the opening 20 minutes.
Scotland, yet to record a victory in this year's Six Nations, could not muster one attack in the first half and were constantly under the cosh as England broke tackle after tackle to score try after try.
Katherine Merchant went over in the second minute and Matthews scored her first of the evening four minutes later before captain Katy McLean put full-back Scarratt through to score underneath the posts.
McLean made sure of the conversion, her first of the evening, as England led 17-0 after 12 minutes.
In the 16th minute, Becky Essex proved unstoppable when she burst down the left to score in the corner.
Clark plonked down from a yard out for a try which McLean converted, then Matthews went over before, in the dying moments of the half, the impressive Fisher scored a deserved try.
Fisher scored her second of the evening immediately after the break as she burst through from the 22-yard line to score under the posts to leave McLean with an easy conversion.
England made a host of changes, the most notable being Alphonsi for former captain Catherine Spencer, and they passed the half-century mark in the 49th minute when Scarratt scored her second of the evening, which McLean converted.
The dynamic Alphonsi was soon in the thick of it and it was the flanker's 30m dash down field which eventually led to prop Clark's second try.
McLean converted to extend the lead to 60-0 and the scoreboard kept ticking over as Merchant burst down her right wing, fending off would-be tacklers, and put the supporting Alphonsi clear for an easy try.
McLean was the next to cross the line and, in the 68th minute, the remarkable Alphonsi scored her second try of the evening and her 19th try in 53 internationals.
Captain McLean once again converted and two tries in quick succession by replacement Waterman, with McLean converting the latter, took England's score to new heights.
England Women: E Scarratt (Lichfield); K Merchant (Worcester), R Burford (Richmond), K Oliver (Bristol), F Matthews (Richmond); K McLean (capt, Darlington Mowden Park Sharks), LT Mason (Wasps); R Clark (Worcester), A Garnett (Saracens), S Hemming (Bristol), R Essex (Richmond), J McGilchrist (Wasps), S Hunter (Lichfield), H Fisher (Worcester), C Spencer (Bristol).
Replacements: E Croker (Richmond), C Purdy (Wasps), R Burnfield (Richmond), M Alphonsi (Saracens), G Rozario (Lichfield), G Roberts (Darlington Mowden Park Sharks), D Waterman (Worcester).
Scotland Women: Caroline Collie (Old Albanians), Katy Green (Murrayfield Wanderers), Annabel Sergeant (Dundee University), Steph Johnston (Hillhead/Jordanhill), Victoria Blakebrough (Richmond), Lisa Martin (Murrayfield Wanderers), Louise Dalgliesh (RHC Cougars); Heather Lockhart (Hillhead/Jordanhill), Lindsey Smith (Hillhead/Jordanhill), Tracy Balmer (Worcester), Anna Swan (Edinburgh University), Lindsay Wheeler (Darlington Mowden Sharks), Charlotte Veale (London Wasps), Ruth Slaven (Murrayfield Wanderers), Susie Brown (Richmond).
Replacements: Alison MacDonald (RHC Cougars), Beth Dickens (Murrayfield Wanderers), Tess Forsberg (Richmond), Jemma Forsyth (Hillhead/Jordanhill), Tanya Griffith (RHC Cougars), Laura Steven (Murrayfield Wanderers), Lauren Harris (Aberdeenshire Quines).