Lisa Martin will lead Scotland in the Women's Six Nations after being named in a 32-man squad by coach Shade Munro
When I started training the girls, I was expecting a result,” he said. “But after the kick-off I was just mesmerized.
Gaelle Mignot crossed twice as France Women used their dominant forwards to deny England a Grand Slam and steal the Women's Six Nations title on points difference from under their opponents' noses.
Alison Miller's hat-trick inspired Ireland Women to an emphatic 45-12 win over their Scottish counterparts at Donnybrook to effectively seal third place in the Women's Six Nations.
Beatrice Rigoni's first-half double guided Italy Women to a 16-12 win over Wales Women at Talbot Athletic Ground, but it was the Welsh who secured fourth-place in the Women's Six Nations.
England are four from four in the Six Nations but with France two points behind in second, there is all to play for at the Stade de la Rabine in Vannes on Friday night (KO 8pm GMT).
Large touched down twice as England Women made it four wins from four to establish their championship credentials and put themselves in line for a first Grand Slam since 2012.
Substitute Paula Fitzpatrick's second-half try gave Ireland Women a hard-earned 14-3 victory against a battling Italy.
Safi N'Diaye and Julie Duval's second-half tries sealed victory for Jean-Michel Gonzalez' French Women
Scotland Women Head Coach Shade Munro has brought in fresh legs and shuffled the squad ahead of the France fixture at Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld this Friday