Pamela Cookey won her 100th cap as England beat Trinidad and Tobago 67-42 at London's Copper Box Arena.
Cookey joined a select group to have made a century of appearances for England and the goal attack caught the eye in an impressive England display.
The hosts led 13-5 after the first quarter and dominated the rest of the contest to seal a comfortable win.
England now have a 2-0 lead in the three-game series, having won the first match in Bath 65-42 on Wednesday.
The result also ensured back-to-back wins for England interim coach Tracey Neville.
England's final match against Trindad and Tobago will be played on 11 May at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.
|Pamela Cookey, 100 caps|
|Domestic honours||Five Superleague titles: 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 ,2013 (Team Bath), 2015 (Surrey Storm)|
|International honours||Commonwealth Games bronze medals: 2006, 2010|