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World number one Ireland won it’s fourth Grand Slam as they defeated 14-man England 29-16 in a tight Six Nations finale in Dublin.
Two early Owen Farrell penalties put England ahead before Ireland hit back with a well-worked Dan Sheehan try.
Robbie Henshaw and Rob Herring tries backed by Sheehan’s second of the game ensured Ireland’s first Grand Slam in five years.
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England scored a deserved second-half try through Jamie George, but were unable to pull off a major upset and ruin Ireland’s big day.
In other Six Nations results, France thumped Wales 41-28 and Scotland beat Italy 26-14.
[Source: BBC Sport]