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Ireland clinch Six Nations title with 29-16 win over 14-man England in Dublin


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Dec 16, 2021
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Ireland have been crowned Six Nations champions, and completed a grand slam, after surging to a 29-16 final-round win over England in Dublin on Sunday (NZ time).
The world No 1-ranked side needed anything better than a seven-point defeat at the Aviva Stadium to clinch the title, following Frances bonus-point win over Wales in Paris.

That had seen the defending champion French go one point ahead on the standings, with the Irish able to level with a bonus point (for four tries or losing by seven or fewer), though a seven-point loss would have had them equal with France on points differential, with tries scored the next tiebreaker and France having 21 and Ireland going into their game on 16.

In the end, the mathematics were simple, as Andy Farrells men secured a four-tries-to-one victory at the Aviva Stadium, to claim their first Six Nations championship since 2018.

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England, coming off their humiliating 53-10 loss to France at Twickenham last weekend, had steeled up and taken the game to Ireland, and took an early 6-0 lead off the boot of Farrells son, Owen, but a late first-half red card to Englands Freddie Steward proved pivotal.

The fullback was given his marching orders by referee Jaco Peyper for making contact with the head of Irelands Hugo Keenan with his elbow, much to the protest of England players as they felt the collision was purely accidental.

Hooker Dan Sheehan had scored the opening try of the game, in the 33rd minute, to put Ireland in front, but they held just a 10-6 lead at halftime, with their advantage narrowed to just one point via Farrell 10 minutes after the break.

However, the one-man advantage eventually told, with the hosts running in three tries in the final quarter.

Robbie Henshaw went over in the 62nd minute, then Sheehan had his second in the 68th, and captain Johnny Sextons conversions had the home side sorted at 24-9.

Jamie George got one back for the visitors in the 73rd minute to give them a sniff, before Jack Willis was sin-binned for a reckless tackle and Rob Herring went over to seal the deal for the Irish.

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