The RAF's Amy Cokayne played the last 10 minutes as England's Red Roses thrashed South Africa 75-0 to cement their place in the quarter-finals of the women's Rugby World Cup.
England scored 13 tries in the final pool game of the tournament, extending their unbeaten run to 28 games.
The win also ensured Wales will qualify for the knockout stages of the tournament as the highest scoring 3rd placed team.
Watch: Amy Cokayne hoping England 'get the job done' at Rugby World Cup.
England will meet Australia in their quarter-final next weekend.
Wales, with the RAF's Carys Williams-Morris in their squad, will face New Zealand.