FORMER Ellingham & Ringwood youngster Poppy Cleall touched down twice as England’s women cruised to a Six Nations title and Grand Slam.

The hosts scored 12 tries in a crushing 80-0 win over Scotland at Twickenham.

The Red Roses were in blistering form from kick-off, with six tries coming during the opening 26 minutes as Sarah Beckett, Jess Breach (2), Natasha Hunt, Kelly Smith and Cleall herself all crossed.

Amy Cokayne added another before half-time and it remained one-way traffic as the bottom-of-the-table Scots were overrun again during the second half.

Cleall, Sarah Bern, captain Sarah Hunter, Emily Scarratt and Cath O'Donnell scored further tries. Fly-half Katy Daley-Mclean kicked nine conversions.

A former pupil at The Burgate School and Fordingbridge Junior School, Saracens ace Cleall has won 29 Red Roses caps.

She played for Ellingham from under-seven to under-18 level, save for one year at Salisbury.