Women's Six Nations 2016: England 20-13 Wales
|Women's Six Nations|
|England (14) 20|
|Tries: Large 2 Cons: Reed 2 Pens: Reed 2|
|Wales (3) 13|
|Tries: Butchers, Wilkins Pen: Wilkins|
Ceri Large scored two first-half tries as England made it four wins from four in the Women's Six Nations with a 20-13 win over Wales at Twickenham Stoop.
The powerful centre recorded her double in the opening 28 minutes to underline the superiority of England's start.
Wales rallied as Alisha Butchers pounced on a charge down and Robyn Wilkins intercepted for another try.
But Amber Reed kicked 10 points to maintain England's quest for a first Six Nations title since 2012.
England travel to second-placed France, who lost 10-8 to Wales last month, for their final match on Friday evening in Vannes, eyeing both the title and the Grand Slam.
"At times we made it a little bit tricky for ourselves but the character of this group continues to show, they keep evolving," England coach Scott Bernard said.
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