FORMER Ellingham & Ringwood youngster Poppy Cleall helped England make it three wins from three in their Women’s Six Nations trophy defence.

The reigning champions crushed Scotland 43-8 at Scotstoun Stadium in Glasgow.

Saracens ace Cleall played number eight for the Red Roses, covering for injured captain Sarah Hunter.

England scored seven tries in total with Danielle Waterman and Charlotte Pearce both touching down twice.

Waterman celebrated the occasion of her 80th cap in style, with her third-minute score setting the tone for the contest.

The visitors’ other tries came from Sarah Bern, Ellie Kildunne and Lagi Tuima. Katy Daley-Mclean converted four times.

Cleall scored her first international try in England’s tournament opener against Italy last month.

A former pupil at The Burgate School and Fordingbridge Junior School, she made her international debut two years ago and has since been a regular fixture in the Red Roses squad.

Raised in Alderholt, Cleall played for Ellingham from under-seven to under-18 level, save for one year at Salisbury.

England top the standings with a maximum 15 points from their opening three fixtures.

They make the trip to unbeaten France in round four on Saturday, March 10.