Ireland 19-10 Wales: Home side move to No 1 in the world in Joe Schmidt’s final Dublin Test

Ireland vs Wales International 2:00pm Saturday 7th September Dublin, aviva Stadium After a victory over Wales, Ireland moved for the first time in history at the Aviva Stadium in their final pre-Rugby World Cup Test. In head coach Joe Schmidt and ruler Rory Best’s closing Dublin Test, tries from full-back Rob Kearney, tighthead second row James Ryan and Tadhg Furlong, and two conversions in Johnny Sexton earned Ireland the triumph, with their dominant second-half screen impressive. A try by penalty from Leigh Halfpenny and Wales centre Hadleigh Parkes had given a lead to Wales, but they reacted from four Cup Tests. Ireland next drama Scotland on Sunday, September 22 within their Rugby World Cup opener in Japan, while Wales face Georgia in their game each day after on Monday, September 23. More to follow… Read more: http://xn--lck0cd0byimbydc7722rjlva.com/lucy-bronze-midfield-experiment-part-of-two-year-lionesses-plan-says-phil-neville/
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