Replacements: Charlotte Male (Ivel Barbarians), Vicky Fleetwood (Lichfield), Juliet Short (Darlington Mowden Park Sharks), Nicola Hoole (Bath), Sarah Guest (Worcester), April Brown (Saracens), Samantha Bree (Worcester)
Replacements: Carley Powell (UWIC), Issy Jones (Colwyn Bay), Rachel Jones (Tredegar Ironsides), Lisa Newton (UWIC), Hannah Lerwill (Llandaff North), Megan Snape (Aberystwyth University), Sian Owen (Llandaff North)
Emily Scarratt converted to push England into a seven point lead, which was doubled by the close of the first half through a Georgina Crabb effort that was once again converted by Scarratt.
The second half witnessed a try for the fullback following a chip ahead from Claire Garner, though she was unable to add the extras for her own score. This score by Scarratt on 48 minutes sparked a flurry of English activity as they notched an impressive 19 points in five minutes.
Replacement Sam Bree broke from forty metres out to score and was quickly followed by Marlie Packer also crossing the whitewash following a line-out; Scarratt converted both scores to push England Women U20 into a 33-0 lead.
Wales's defence held firm for a solid fifteen minutes after this but they leaked two more tries as the game entred the final stages. First Nicola Hoole crossed after another successful English line-out near the Welsh line and Packer completed her brace to round off the afternoon's scoring.