SPORT: IRELAND BEAT WALES IN RUGBY SIX NATIONS – ENGLAND NEXT
Ireland resoundingly beat Wales at the Aviva Stadium this afternoon, to keep their hopes of a Grand Slam and Six Nations Championship win alive.
Tries from Chris Henry in the first half and Paddy Jackson late on helped Ireland to a 26-3 victory.
Johnny Sexton scored 14 points, while Jackson also converted his own try after coming on as a substitute.
Wales’ 3 points came from a Leigh Halfpenny penalty.
The win keeps Ireland at the top of the Six Nations table with maximum points from two games.
Next up is a trip to Twickenham to take on England on the 22nd February.