KEIGHLEY'S Ellie Kildunne continued her rapid rise on to the international stage with two fantastic tries in England's 52-0 victory over Wales at Twickenham Stoop.

In a match watched by Prince Harry, the teenager showed her pace to burst through for her first-half try before a stunning second from inside her own half in which she weaved her way through the Welsh defence to cap off the scoring for the hosts.

Having made her Six Nations bow at full back in England's opening win over Italy, the 18-year-old showed her versatility by impressing at outside centre.

It continues her rise to prominence, having moved from Keighley to Gloucestershire’s Hartpury College – where she is taking her A-levels – for the beginning of this school year.

The former Woodhouse Grove School pupil, who played as a junior for Keighley Rugby Union Club and also rugby league for Keighley Albion, made the switch in linking up with Gloucester-Hartpury Women, who play in the Tyrrells Premier 15s competition.

Speaking after the win over Wales, Kildunne said: "The consistency of the game was not always what we thought it would be but I thought we handled it as well as we could do.

"To get 52 points against a good team is a great achievement."

Poppy Cleall also ran in two tries each while Abigail Dow, Leanne Riley, Rachael Burford and Marlie Packer also crossed.

England are next in action away to Scotland on February 23.