Ireland hammered an experimental Scotland side 6-0 in Monday's international in Largs.
Jean McDonnell scored a hat-trick while Emma Smyth, Michelle Harvey and Alex Speers were also on target, with five of the goals coming from play.
The win was a measure of revenge after Sunday's 1-0 Celtic Cup defeat by a stronger Scottish side.
The competition was preparation for the Champions Challenge event in Dublin at the end of this month.
Ireland were left to rue a series of missed chances in Sunday's defeat.
The Irish, who beat Wales 5-0 on Saturday, failed to convert from six penalty corners while Lisa Jacobs was denied by the woodwork.
Nicky Kidd won it from Scotland's only penalty corner 10 minutes from time.
Pegasus player Michelle Harvey scored twice as Ireland started their Celtic Cup bid by hammering the Welsh in Largs.
Clidodhna Sargeant, Alex Speers and Aine Connery were also on target for the Irish.