Ireland come out of their first two games of the World Cup in rude health. They have two bonus point victories, banishing the memories of 2007, and setting themselves up nicely for the bigger challenges of Italy and France. Six tries were scored, with five of them coming for back three players.
Only slight injuries to Rob Kearney and Keith Earls spoiled the day, but Ireland's depth is impressive. Schmidt has some tough selection dilemmas ahead of him in a lot of areas after today - not least in the back three.
Keith Earls in particular was outstanding, and he was at the heart of all of Ireland's good play in the first half including getting two tries. Here are all the highlights of the game, which also includes probably the best try of the tournament that wasn't allowed from Simon Zebo.
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