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England 30 - 9 Ireland - In Pictures


By Patrick
March 19 2012

England produced a dominant forward display to steamroller Ireland and finish second in the Six Nations table in coach Stuart Lancaster's first campaign in charge.

 


Manu Tuilagi is tackled by Keith Earls


Owen Farrell looks to receive a pass


Tom Croft breaks through the Ireland defence


Tom Croft goes on the attack


The England front row pack down for a scrum


Geoff Parling wins lineout ball


Owen Farrell watches the action unfold


Brad Barritt on the charge


Emotions run high after England are awarded a penalty try


The Ireland team huddle together after conceding a penalty try


Geoff Parling wins lineout ball


Tommy Bowe is tackled hard by Owen Farrell


Tom Court pops up at a scrum after England put the pressure on


Ben Youngs scores a try


Ben Youngs shows his delight after scoring a try


Owen Farrell and other England players surround Ben Youngs after his try


Phil Dowson goes on the charge


Tom Croft carries the ball forward


The England players huddle together after the match


Chris Robshaw raises his fist in triumph after the final whistle


Owen Farrell shows his appreciation to the Twickenham crowd


Graham Rowntree salutes the Twickenham crowd


Photos by Patrick Khachfe / Onside Images - Full set here


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England 30 - 9 Ireland - In Pictures
Posted by: Unofficial England Rugby Union (IP Logged)
Date: 19/03/2012 14:43

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Re: England 30 - 9 Ireland - In Pictures
Posted by: Kath. (IP Logged)
Date: 20/03/2012 10:10

Wow Patrick they are supersmiling smiley

I did look for you, had the old binoculars trained but in the rain covered up you all looked alike. grinning smiley))

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