Ireland closed out a historic weekend with a 21-19 last-gasp victory over England in the London 7s at Twickenham today.
The result ensured Ireland would leave with the London 7s a bronze medal, having lost to Fiji in the semi-finals. Anthony Eddy's team made history when they made the last four for the first time.
In the dying moments, Ireland needed a converted try when Jordan Conroy showed immense pace with a quick side-step and break to score out wide. The conversion was by no means easy, but Mark Roche slotted it home to gift the Irish side a deserved win.
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It is all the more impressive given they normally compete in the second-tier challenge circuit and were only involved thanks to an invitation.