England the Champions will play France in the World Cup semi-finals of Women after a win of seven-try over the USA.
The first try was scored by Emily Scarratt and a penalty try along with further scores from Marlie Packer, including a brace, and at halftime, Katy McLean saw them the lead of 33-7 at the half-time.
Amy Cockayne and Amy Wilson-Hardy added tries for England further, with Cheta Emba, Naya Tapper and Kate Zackary is replying for the USA.
Whereas, Kris Thomas secured a bonus point with their fourth try.
In the match, there a time came, where it looked as the extra point could be significant, as the extra point took them to 11 points, but with the team France, ending Ireland’s who is also the host of the event dream of World Cup with the win of 21-5, the Eagles would have through as the runner up (best) even without it.
Prior to this, the team New Zealand thumped team Canada 48-5 and qualified for the last four.
On the other hand, Scarratt revived her kicking form and in England, landed five conversions that before easing off controlled the first with the game won already.
Bern Shines In England pack
The performance of England was built around their pack of dominance.
At the very first scrum, they shoved the back of the Eagles at a rate of knots. Moreover, they also take in the line-out control, stealing USA ball frequently to stop any momentum of attack, which the Americans tried to create.
Sarah Bern, who is 20 years old Tight-head was in an irrepressible form. In the scrum, she was at the tip, with a ball in hand and a real handful. More information about the event is present over the internet.