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Scots in six-goal sickener.

Scotland's women failed to break their English hoodoo when they crashed 6- 0 to the Auld Enemy at Bramall Lane yesterday.

Arsenal's Joanne Broadhurst rocked the Scots with a hat-trick, Doncaster Belles' Gillian Coultard hit two and Everton star Maureen Marley piled on the agony when she scored with a header.

It was England's 11th victory in 12 games against Scotland.

As the Scots struggled in the second half England boss Ted Copeland brought on three 16- year-olds - keeper Rachel Brown, Marie-Anne Catterall and Sue Smith.

All three kids could reckon in his squad for the friendly against Italy in Turin on April 23.
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