Up like a salmon ye boy ya!!!
Wales' Josh Adams kept Ireland's faint hopes of winning this year's Guinness Six Nations title alive, and obliterated England's Grand Slam dream, with an unbelievable 78th minute try to secure a 21-13 win at the Principality Stadium.
England had taken a 10-3 lead into the break, with Tom Curry's try the critical score in the opening forty minutes.
But the Welsh Dragon was to roar in the second half.
Gareth Anscombe kicked two early second-half penalty to reduce the arrears to the minimum. Owen Farrell edged England four clear before lock Cory Hill eventually dived over in the corner after a patient Welsh assault on the English defensive line with thirteen minutes left.
Substitute, Dan Biggar kicked the conversion and was at the heart of things again at the end with a sumptuous cross-field kick that was plucked from the sky by winger Adams.
Breathe it in.
WHAT A BLOODY TRY!
— Virgin Media Sport (@VMSportIE) February 23, 2019
Ireland travel to Italy tomorrow hoping for a big win before welcoming the French to the Aviva in a fortnight's time. Should they prevail in both matches, that could well set up a winner-takes-all encounter in Cardiff, against the Welsh, on St. Patrick's weekend.