Six Nations Wk 2: Champions Wales Humbled By Irish Onslaught

by Paul Cook - Ireland and France remain the only unbeaten sides in this year’s Six Nations tournament after comprehensive victories over Wales and Italy respectively in the second weekend of competition. Ireland outgunned and outfought the Welsh in Dublin to win 26-3 in a result that will send shockwaves around the other nations, while France needed a second half flurry to confirm victory over a stubborn Italy in Paris - Les Bleus running out 30-10 winners at the final whistle. Meanwhile, England got back on track after last week’s disappointment against the French with a 20-0 defeat of an abject Scotland at Murrayfield. With two losses from two starts, 48pts conceded and only 6pts scored, it looks like being a long, hard slog for the Scots in 2014. ********************* IRELAND 26 (Chris Henry, Paddy Jackson
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