England romped defending champions Ireland to secure first win of the 2019 Six Nations.
Johnny May crossed over for England’s first try before Ireland responded with a penalty and a try from Cian Healy. Wasps Fullback Eliot Daly set in a kick and chase grabber ensuring England led 14-10 at halftime.
Ireland opened the second half points tally with a penalty kick from Sexton. England being strong in both attack and defense, scored two successive tries by Henry Slade with extras by Owen Farrell.
Ireland would later respond with a try with the final whistle on the click making it a 32-20 win to England.
Scotland 33-20 Italy
Blair Kinghorn scored a hat-trick as Scotland beat Italy to record a seventh consecutive home Six Nations victory.
The hosts trailed to a Tommaso Allan penalty, but wing Kinghorn finished off two imaginative first-half moves as the hosts asserted their authority.
— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) February 2, 2019
Stuart Hogg touched down a Finn Russell grubber, before Kinghorn jinked through for his sixth try in eight Tests.
Chris Harris crossed before Guglielmo Palazzani, Edoardo Padovani and Angelo Esposito scored late consolation tries.