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RugbyU: France v Ireland Six Nations teams

Full result of Six Nations match between France and Ireland at the Stade de France on Saturday: France 20 Ireland 22 H-t: 13-12 Scorers France - Tries: Dulin (31), Szarzewski (63) Conversions: Machenaud (32, 63), Penalties: Machenaud (2, 15) Ireland - Tries: Sexton (21, 47) Trimble (26) Conversions: Sexton (26, 47) Penalty: Sexton (53) Teams (15-1) France

RugbyU: Six Nations - France 20 Ireland 22

Full result of Six Nations match between France and Ireland at the Stade de France on Saturday: France 20 Ireland 22 H-t: 13-12 Scorers France - Tries: Dulin (31), Szarzewski (63) Conversions: Machenaud (32, 63), Penalties: Machenaud (2, 15) Ireland - Tries: Sexton (21, 47) Trimble (26) Conversions: Sexton (26, 47) Penalty: Sexton (53) Teams (15-1) France

RugbyU: Irish crown O'Driscoll's farewell in style

Ireland won the Six Nations title on Saturday with a thrilling 22-20 victory over France to give iconic centre Brian O'Driscoll the perfect end to his stellar international career. Ireland scored three tries -- Jonathan Sexton getting two -- to France's two in a pulsating encounter to see them to only their second win in Paris in 42 years. Fittingly the last time in 2000 O'Driscoll was also in the side and scored a hat-trick of tries. France won a penalty in the second minute after Steve Walsh penalised Chris Henry and Maxime Machenaud converted it for 3-0.

RugbyU: Irish crown O'Driscoll's farewell in style

Ireland won the Six Nations title on Saturday with a thrilling 22-20 victory over France to give iconic centre Brian O'Driscoll the perfect end to his stellar international career. Ireland scored three tries -- Jonathan Sexton getting two -- to France's two in a pulsating encounter to see them to only their second win in Paris in 42 years. Fittingly the last time in 2000 O'Driscoll was also in the side and scored a hat-trick of tries. "The emotions are starting to kick in now," O'Driscoll told BBC.

RugbyU: Irish crown O'Driscoll's farewell in style

Ireland won the Six Nations title on Saturday with a thrilling 22-20 victory over France to give iconic centre Brian O'Driscoll the perfect end to his stellar international career. Ireland scored three tries -- Jonathan Sexton getting two -- to France's two in a pulsating encounter to see them to only their second win in Paris in 42 years. Fittingly the last time in 2000 O'Driscoll was also in the side and scored a hat-trick of tries. "The emotions are starting to kick in now," O'Driscoll told BBC.

RugbyU: Ireland give O'Driscoll triumphant home farewell

Ireland turned on the style to give a teary-eyed Brian O'Driscoll the perfect farewell present in his last Test on home soil with a thumping 46 - 7 victory over Italy at Lansdowne Road in their Six Nations clash on Saturday. O'Driscoll, 35, was instrumental in Ireland's first three tries -- two of which were scored by his former Leinster team-mate Jonathan Sexton.

RugbyU: Ireland give O'Driscoll triumphant home farewell

Ireland turned on the style to give a teary-eyed Brian O'Driscoll the perfect farewell present in his last Test on home soil with a thumping 46 - 7 victory over Italy at Lansdowne Road in their Six Nations clash on Saturday. O'Driscoll, 35, was instrumental in Ireland's first three tries -- two of which were scored by his former Leinster team-mate Jonathan Sexton -- as victory also saw him join former England prop Jason Leonard wit the most Five/Six Nations wins of 44.

RugbyU: Ireland's Sexton fit to face Italy

Ireland playmaker Jonathan Sexton was given the all-clear to face Italy in the Six Nations in Dublin this weekend after being included in coach Joe Schmidt's starting XV on Thursday. The fly-half's place had been in doubt after he damaged thumb ligaments during Ireland's 13-10 defeat by England at Twickenham on February 22.

RugbyU: England deny O'Driscoll landmark win

England fought back to spoil Ireland great Brian O'Driscoll's record-equalling Test appearance with a 13-10 Six Nations victory at Twickenham on Saturday. Ireland's loss, their fourth in a row to England, dashed dreams of a Grand Slam for O'Driscoll, who equalled former Australia great George Gregan's record of 139 Test caps on Saturday, in the centre's final season before retirement. It also meant no team in this season's Six Nations would complete a coveted clean sweep of victories.

RugbyU: Schmidt off to winning Six Nations start as Scots crumble

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt enjoyed a winning start to his first Six Nations campaign as the Irish eventually eased to a 28-6 win over a one dimensional Scotland at Lansdowne Road on Sunday. Schmidt, who replaced Declan Kidney last year after the latter was sacked following a disappointing Six Nations, saw his side turn a shaky first-half performance which saw them lead 11-3 into a more impressive one in the second-half. It will give them some grounds for confidence ahead of next Saturday's home game against two-time defending champions Wales.
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