POPPY Cleall trebled her international try tally as she touched down twice for England in the whitewash of Wales.

The former Ellingham & Ringwood youngster had opened her account in the Women's Six Nations opener against Italy and she wasted no time adding to her total.

Blindside flanker Cleall scored once in each half at Twickenham Stoop as the Red Roses stormed to a 52-0 bonus-point victory.

Cleall, who was raised in Alderholt and attended The Burgate School and Fordingbridge Junior, crossed inside the opening 10 minutes following a succession of pick and drives by the forwards.

Abigail Dow crossed for England's second before neat work at the base of the ruck put Leanne Riley over and Ellie Kildunne's blistering charge made it 26-0 at the interval.

Marlie Packer dotted down from a powerful driving maul for England's fifth, before Katy Daly-Mclean's perfectly-weighted grubber was pounced on by Rachael Burford.

Saracens' Cleall then banked her second and as conditions worsened in the closing stages, Kildunne completed her brace.

Head coach Simon Middleton told the RFU website: “I couldn’t be happier with the outcome of the game. Our forwards were terrific, not perfect, but they will know that and that’s what drives them.

“We want to win the Six Nations and want to do it with good performances. I’m happy with where we are positioned while knowing we have plenty to work on as a squad.”

The Red Roses are next in action on Friday, February 23 when they face Scotland in Glasgow (7.30pm).