Jess Breach and her England Red Roses wrapped up the Women's Six Nations Grand Slam in champagne celebrating style by thumping Scotland 80-0 at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday evening, writes Ziad Chaudry.

The speedy Harlequins Ladies fly-half scored two of the hosts twelve tries on a rain-drenched pitch in front of 13,278 spectators which was a record crowd for a women's game at RFU Headquarters.

"The whole team performance was pretty good especially in the rain as the conditions was really that bad," said the 21-year-old who played alongside fellow Quins colleagues Abbie Scott, Vickii Cornborough, Shaunagh Brown, Leanne Riley, Rachael Burford and Emily Scott. "But we performed to our best, put our best foot forward and got the job done."

Breach assessed England's successful campaigned by continuing: "The games has been really fun but we also learnt a lot throughout the games especially against France where first half we played really well but second half we really had to fight for it. We went back into the training pitch and got us prepared for the next two games."

Breach returns to club duties next week with second-placed Harlequins Ladies on the verge of securing a top four play-off place in Tyrells Premier 15s providing they beat Darlington Mowden Park Sharks this Saturday (March 23) and Gloucester-Hartpury on March 30.

"It's going to be tough fight when we go back into club next week," Breach added. "We got Darlington Mowden Park and then Gloucester- Hartpury which will be two hard games and hopefully we get into the play-offs and get a home semi finals."