England loses lustre in Six Nations

England loses lustre in Six Nations

I'd have to say I've been incredibly fortunate to be involved in some great management groups and some great coaching groups, and even more so the players themselves.

Twickenham, where the Irish haven't won since 2010, holds less fear for them than failing to pull off the Grand Slam.

The 2018 NatWest 6 Nations Championship was decided after round four, with Ireland securing the title for the third time in five years.

It was also their first Twickenham defeat under Eddie Jones after a run of 14 straight home wins since the Australian coach took over after their first-round exit on home soil at the 2015 World Cup.

Having often been accused of lacking attacking imagination in previous Six Nations, this year Ireland terrorised opponents in each of their five Tests.

Murray's sublime pass bookended the three Irish first-half tries releasing Jacob Stockdale with the prolific try-scorer needing no second invitation going on to score after a superb chip by himself.

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"And to win something captaining in that special green jersey is the stuff dreams are made of and certainly up there as probably the biggest highlight of my career".

Meanwhile, Ireland flanker Peter O'Mahoney showed his class after the Munster captain gifted his Six Nations winners medal to Ireland's most famous sport's fan Jennifer Malone. It was all calm.

Though some scorelines suggested close contests, the details and moments of the games clearly pointed to Irish superiority.

"We knew we had to change and sometimes that hurts".

But after Bundee Aki got his head on the wrong side of a tackle on Jonathan Joseph and had to be helped off the pitch, Larmour was sprung into action in the 56th minute in midfield, with Garry Ringrose shifting to the inside centre role. "It was just about coming on and fitting in really".

"At the start of the season, I was just hoping to play with Leinster A and maybe get a few caps with the Leinster senior team. I might reset goals on Wednesday or Thursday." .

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He ditched the Farrell-George Ford dual playmaker plan to little effect for the Ireland game with England actually looking their brightest in the final quarter when the pair were reunited after Ford came off the bench.

"He keeps you on your toes".

"I'll listen to it on the replay and it will put me to sleep tonight". "He is an incredible coach; his record with Irish teams speaks for itself." .

"He's getting faster and faster on that Zimmer frame", Schmidt quipped when asked if he would like Best to play on. "It's like everything with Rory, it's hard to get him to make a decision." .

The 21-year-old now boasts 11 tries in just nine Tests, and admitted Ireland can not wait to host the world's number one side the All Blacks, in Dublin this November.

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