Wales keep alive their 2015 Six Nations title chances and destroy Ireland's Grand Slam hopes with an enthralling 23-16 victory at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
In a first half where Wales lost prop Samson Lee to injury and captain Sam Warburton to the sin bin, Leigh Halfpenny and Johnny Sexton exchanged penalties as Wales led 15-9 at the break.
The game came alive in the second half with substitute centre Scott Williams crossing for the hosts and Ireland being awarded a penalty try.
The result means both sides still have title ambitions with Wales facing Italy in Rome and Ireland taking on Scotland at Murrayfield next Saturday.
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