The military side were beaten by an England under 20s side in Aldershot.
The Army were comfortably beaten by the England women's under 20s side in Aldershot, losing 33-5.
It took England just six minutes to open the scoring. Shauna Bennett strode forward against next to no Army resistance and went over for a converted try.
The pressure on the Army defence continued throughout the first half and so did the England scoring. Amelia Harper used a burst of speed to get away from the red shirts and tumbled down for another converted try.
Cara Clarke was the next woman to get on the scoresheet. She picked up the ball forty yards out and whizzed through the Army defence to slam down under the posts.
Once again, the try was converted and the Army had a mountain to climb with a 21-point deficit.
There was still time in the first half for England to extend their lead. It was a second try from Bennett that did the damage, but the ease in which she was allowed through the Army defence will have worried head coach, Major Gemma Stonebridge-Smith.
The Army were better in the second half, but a compact England defence meant scoring chances were few and far between.
It took a fantastic interception from Mimnaugh to get the Army on the scoresheet. She latched onto a loose pass and drove through to the line to the cheers of the home fans in Aldershot.