The New Zealand women's rugby league team has beaten hosts England 34-16 at the women's World Cup in Featherstone.
The champion Kiwi Ferns led 12-6 at half-time at The Big Fellas stadium in Yorkshire.
Amy Hardcastle scored a hat-trick of tries for England, her second levelling the scores after the break, before the Ferns ran in four more tries to seal the victory.
Earlier, Australia thrashed France 72-0, Samantha Hammond scoring five tries in the rout.
The Ferns have now won two from two with a huge 88-0 win over France in their first match, while England went down 14-6 to Australia.
The Kiwi Ferns meet the Australian Jillaroo team at 5am Friday.