World news – Ireland 32-18 England: Player ratings from the Dublin Six Nations game


Tadhg Beirne was great despite being moved to the second row, but Mako Vunipola had a terrible day.

Hugo Keenan’s wonderful aerial view that ultimately led to Conan’s attempt. England didn’t seem to see how good he is in the air. 8

Keith Earls A superb finish that leaves May with twisted blood. Wouldn’t have many predicted Lions squads, but Gatland could make it a lot worse. 8

Robbie Henshaw A Certainty for Lions. An excellent campaign was rounded off with another extremely effective representation both in attack and in defense. 9

Bundee Aki Another red card for Ireland. It’s a shame, because up until then he hadn’t missed a hit at the first appearance of the tournament. 6

Jacob Stockdale played an important role in setting up Conan’s attempt, and did enough to indicate that James Lowe may struggle to reclaim his place. 7

Johnny Sexton (capt) An imperative by Ireland’s ringmaster. Steered the ship with authority and kicked well. Presumably booked a Lions seat. 8

Conor Murray didn’t look like he’d looked for his place. So insured with Scrum-Half and brought great variety. 9

David Kilcoyne made his way just 20 minutes after sustaining a head injury while attempting to attack Sinckler. Until then, solid. 6

Rob Herring took an early penalty but grew bigger as the game progressed and did enough to justify his pick over Kelleher. 7

Tadhg Furlong No impressions from Phil Bennett this week, but emphatically won the Scrum Battle with Mako Vunipola. Back in shape. 9

Iain Henderson A couple of barnstorming races run up the middle and didn’t give in an inch in the important battle for the payline. 7

Tadhg Beirne moved to the second row but was great again. Repeated disruption of England’s mouth and a threat in the lineout. 9

CJ Stander gave absolutely everything on his last appearance in an Irish jersey and his teammates gave him the perfect farewell. 7

Josh van der Flier Excellent crack against Billy Vunipola as England threatened to build up steam. Not great, but no complaints. 7

Jack Conan Set up Earls on a clever lineout train and finish off an excellent team effort. First start in 18 months, but making up for lost time. 8

Substitutions: Ronan Kelleher (for Hering, 70) n / a; Cian Healy (for Kilcoyne, 20) in his top 7; Andrew Porter (for Furlong, 64) got stuck in 6; Ryan Baird (for Henderson, 64) has a bright future 7; Peter O’Mahony (for Van der Flier, 64) 6; Ross Byrne (for Henshaw, 80) n / a; Jordan Larmour (for Stockdale, 78) n / a

Elliot Daly skipped a chance to start off-center after a late Malins injury and battled the full-back again. Fought out by Keenan. 4

Anthony Watson England’s best three-quarters of the tournament was well tied up here. Ford almost set him up early. 5

Ollie Lawrence got involved early on, but Ireland has dealt well with its grave threat. Nothing has happened to him in an English shirt. 5

Owen Farrell (capt) Couldn’t do anything about the indiscipline and general stasis of his team. Didn’t want to go for HIA but was the right decision. 4

Jonny May said he would be « devastated » if England did not support his performance against France but it was a huge failure in that regard. 5

George Ford kicked too often and inaccurately. A loose pass in touch and early hooked. If this was a Lions audition, it failed. 4

Ben Youngs Played off by the other side and not kicked well enough. Tried well and was one of the better performers in England. 6

Mako Vunipola Terrible day in the office. Couldn’t make an impression with the ball in hand and struggled hard in the crowd. Out at halftime. 3

The Luke Cowan-Dickie lineout throw was pressured by Ireland but remained good at the task. Can consider himself unlucky to leave at halftime. 5

Kyle Sinckler carried hard as usual, but couldn’t win an opening and made no impression in the crowd. 6

Maro Itoje enjoyed harassing himself from an early age, but was overshadowed by pears and was not very disciplined. 5

Charlie Ewels guilty of poor discipline, but not alone in that regard. Now has 21 caps, but still needs to demonstrate the required consistency. 5

Mark Wilson rolled up his sleeves as usual but made way for Earl early in the second half and will come under pressure for his place. 5

Tom Curry Unable to replicate last week’s highs, but usually an all-action indicator when the cause is lost. England’s best player again. 7

Billy Vunipola Largely anonymous in the first half and one of many English players whose Lions chances have suffered a blow. Bad head injury. 4

Substitutions: Jamie George (for Cowan-Dickie, ht) positive effect 7; Ellis Genge (for M Vunipola, ht) Few hard stretcher 6; Will Stuart (for Sinckler, 66) n / a; Jonny Hill (for Ewels, 56) 5; Ben Earl (for Wilson, 51) brought Energy 6; George Martin (for B Vunipola, 63) 6; Dan Robson (for Farrell, 56) Emergency Fly Half 6; Joe Marchant (for Ford, 51) 6

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