Ireland 37-27 Wales, Aviva Stadium
Ireland passed its biggest test yet by seeing off Wales 37-27 at Lansdowne Road as frantic bonus-point win keeps grand slam dream alive.
Jacob Stockdale (6, 80) scored two tries as Ireland maintained its unbeaten record in this season's Six Nations.
Bundee Aki (40), Dan Leavy (44) and Cian Healy (53) added to Stockdale's tally as Joe Schmidt's men equalled the Ireland record of 10 consecutive Test victories.
Johnny Sexton, who was carrying a glute injury, had a mix bag of a match. Despite kicking seven points, he missed out on a couple of opportunities before being replaced by Joey Carbery at the concluding stage of the game.
Gareth Davies (20), Aaron Shingler (61) and Steff Evans (76) scored tries for the visitors as Leigh Halfpenny managed to convert all three in addition to scoring a couple of penalties but despite their best efforts, Warren Gatland's 100th game in charge of Wales and all but ended its hopes of winning the title.
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