Harlequins Jess Breach concluded her own Canadian demolition job at Twickenham Stadium by scoring five superb tries in England’s thumping 69-19 victory last Saturday, writes Ziad Chaudry.

The 20-year-old wing scored six tries on her debut for the Red Roses at Saracen’s Allianz Park, Hendon in the first three-match test series against Canada but missed the next at Twickenham Stoop last Tuesday due to a groin strain.

She introduced herself to the big Twickenham stage in front of just over 10,000 spectators on a bitterly-cold Saturday evening producing an outstanding five-star world class display.

Fellow Quins colleagues Rachael Burford, Leanne Riley, Vickii Cornborough and Abbie Scott, along with Richmond’s Rowena Burnfield also appeared in Twickenham to complete a 3-0 series whitewash.

Breach, who began her sporting career in athletics as a sprint hurdler at her local hometown club Chichester Runners, showed no signs of nerves while playing in her very first game at England Rugby HQ.

“There are nerves inside but you just got to hide them,” she said. “When you play in a place like this you just have to override your nerves, it’s something really good to put in the back of your mind.

“Winning all three games will definitely put us in a good mind set for the six nations but we have a camp in January so we still got things to work on.”