Cumbrian Jamie Blamire kept up his remarkable scoring run for England - and made history in the process.

The Seaton star came off the bench to score a try as Eddie Jones' side beat Australia 32-15 at Twickenham.

It saw Blamire score in a fourth consecutive international appearance - making him the first England forward to score in his first four tests.

He already now has six tries to his name at the start of his highly promising international career.

Former Seaton Rangers man Blamire, whose club side is Newcastle Falcons, came on for the second half against the Wallabies.

And he completd England's scoring when he went over in the closing moments after being set up by Sam Simmonds.

The 23-year-old hooker had taken the field as a replacement for Jamie George as England made it two wins from two in the Autumn series, following last weekend's win over Tonga.

Blamire also scored in that game as well as his first two England outings against the USA and Canada in the summer.

Freddie Steward scored England's other try against the Aussies, with Owen Farrell converting, while marcus Smith covnerted Blamire's late score.

Farrell also sent over five penalties with Smith landing another.

It was an eighth consecutive win over the Australians for England, who take on world champions South Africa next weekend.