Cumbrian Jamie Blamire had a day to remember for England - scoring a hat-trick on his first start.

The Seaton star impressed in a 74-10 rout of Canada at Twickenham.

Newcastle Falcons hooker Blamire went over in the first minute before adding a second try late in the first half.

The 23-year-old then completed his hat-trick after a driving maul as Eddie Jones' side overwhelmed their visitors.

It took the west Cumbrian to a tally of four tries in just two appearances for England, Blamire having scored against USA after coming on as a replacement.

Head coach Jones said newly called-up players such as former Seaton Rangers and Workington Zebras player Blamire can now build on their recent opportunities in the test side.

"We wanted to improve from our USA performance," he said. "We were disappointed with our second half and the lack of consistency, so we were really determined to go out and blitz Canada at the start. 

"We managed to do that, but then we had a little bit of a flat period before another spurt in the middle of the second half.

"We probably didn't finish off as well as we would have liked but, when you consider that we blooded 16 new caps in two Tests, guys now have opportunities to bring their careers on."