To some degree they did so, without ever clicking as they did in Cardiff. Might Danny Cipriani have made a difference? We shall never know, the Sale fly-half remaining confined to the bench throughout. Richard Wigglesworth made one clever break, Ford chipped over a couple more penalties and Jack Nowell appeared slightly unlucky to have a late try ruled out for a forward pass but the downcast body language of the management afterwards did not deceive. … [Read more...] about Ireland see off England to stay on course for Six Nations glory
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The draw would not have seemed such a bad result if Gatland had been offered it after half an hour. An exhilarating opening to the match culminated in Ireland’s try, which opened up that 13-0 lead. Early breaks by Simon Zebo, forced into action at full-back for the injured Rob Kearney, CJ Stander, whose debut was a great success, and Sexton led the way for Ireland to open their account with a penalty by the fly-half. After 10 minutes Ireland led 6-0, despite having to call on some mighty defensive resilience as Wales hammered away at them. … [Read more...] about Ireland’s Jonny Sexton holds nerve to seal Six Nations draw with Wales
How quickly morale can turn. At half-time they seemed in control and still in the hunt for that third title. Now their season stretches out like a barren wasteland. Just as this match did for those obliged to watch it. It was pretty clear from the off that it was to be an exercise in endurance – for player and spectator alike. It was cold and it was wet, the relentless kind of wet that sits in the air and works its way into the soul. … [Read more...] about France’s Maxime Médard scores try to shred Ireland’s Six Nations hopes