FORMER Keighley junior Ellie Kildunne bagged two tries on her first Test start for England Women as they beat Canada 49-12 at the Stoop.

Kildunne, an ex-Woodhouse Grove pupil, had made a try-scoring debut off the bench in the opening match of the three-Test series as England won 79-5.

This time she claimed two of the eight tries which enabled the Red Roses to wrap up overall victory with one game still to play at Twickenham on Saturday following the England men's match against Samoa.

England, with captain Sarah Hunter racking up her century of caps, took the lead after just three minutes through Heather Kerr, touching down for her first international try.

Further scores from Rachael Burford and full-back Kildunne, who plays her domestic rugby for Gloucester-Hartpury, then saw the hosts move into a commanding 20-0 interval lead.

England kept up the pressure following the restart as Danielle Waterman raced clear, before Burford and Kildunne both went over again.

Teenager Hannah Botterman was introduced for Rochelle Clark after 49 minutes and the 18-year-old soon made an impact by scoring her first international try following a driving maul to make it 37-0 to the World Cup finalists just before the hour mark.

Jo Brown, one of two players handed a first England appearance by head coach Simon Middleton, collected a pass from Zoe Harrison to extend the lead further.

Canada were rewarded for their industry during the closing stages as substitutes Janna Slevinsky and McKinley Hunt touched down late on.