ENGLAND secured their place in the Women’s Six Nations final as a flurry of late scores helped them to a nine-try victory in Italy.
In a slow start for the Red Roses, Emily Scarratt and Vicky Fleetwood benefited from Italian mistakes for the side’s only first-half tries.
England improved when replacements came on after the break and scored four tries in seven minutes to settle the game.
Captain Sarah Hunter said: “We probably didn’t come out with the intensity we should have in the first half.
“I think the second half was more like what we have been working on. We had to wind Italy down a li...
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