Champions England have commenced their women's Six Nations title defence with a 52-10 thrashing of Scotland 52-10 in Pool A.
The postponed tournament is being played in a condensed format with two pools of three teams each, with the pool toppers playing each other in the final.
In Pool B, France, who have won three of the past seven championships, ran in eight tries against Wales in a 53-0 victory - a year after Les Bleues won their previous encounter 50-0.
It was a one-way affair in Vannes for Les Bleues, with winger Caroline Boujard scoring the three opening tries in the first 15 minutes and scrumhalf Pauline Bourdon kicking 13 points.
France, who were 31-0 up at halftime, next face Ireland.
England went ahead in the eighth minute when their forwards completed a series of quick offloads before Marlie Packer went over.
Leanne Riley got England's second with some fancy footwork to shrug off challenges before diving through the crowd.
Scotland, who failed to score a single point against England in the previous two editions, managed to tick the scoreboard over when Riley conceded a penalty for an offside infringement and Helen Nelson converted.
But hooker Lark Davies soon converted England's third try as Scotland tried desperately to stop their maul before that was topped by a bonus-point try from Bryony Cleall, who was set up by her identical twin sister Poppy.
After England's show of power, it was Jess Breach's speed on the wing responsible for their fifth try of the half.
In the second half, England picked up where they left off as Helena Rowland scored her first international try after Breach broke through the Scotland defence yet again with sublime ease on the wing.
Scotland scored their first try when Poppy was sent to the sin bin and they used the numerical advantage with Hannah Smith going over.
England were reduced to 13 when Davies was also sent to the sin bin but Scotland soon received a red card when Molly Wright was sent off for a high tackle on Cornborough.
Poppy returned with a vengeance and after another powerful maul, she emerged from a pile of bodies to claim a try before England finished things off with a penalty try when Scotland brought down a maul close to the line.