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Summary

  1. Wales beat France 14-13 to claim second place in the Six Nations
  2. Earlier Ireland beat England 24-15 to secure their third Grand Slam
  3. And Scotland won a thriller against Italy 29-27 in Rome
  4. Highlights & reports of all three matches on the BBC Sport website

Live Reporting

By Louise Gwilliam and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Let's end the 2018 tournament with this guy.

    I'm sure he, or she, will be celebrating Ireland's Six Nations title and Grand Slam long into the night.

    Until next year...

    Dog in Ireland shirt
  2. Final table

    FT: Wales 14-13 France

    Six Nations table

    After 15 matches, a whole lot of grunt and grind, this is how it all ends up...

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    Dave Jones: So when Eddie Jones says some have played their last game for England, who? I’d say Hartley, Cole, Kruis, Haskell, Wigglesworth, possibly Teo and Watson

    Brutal, Dave.

  4. Post update

    Ireland take the 2018 Six Nations title and only their third ever Grand Slam.

    Wales are the next best, with Scotland behind them in third. And they're already putting their hands up for next year.

    England, probably most people's pre-tournament favourites, end up fifth.

  5. 'Next year we can win the Six Nations'

    FT: Italy 27-29 Scotland

    Stuart Hogg

    Scotland's try-scoring full-back Stuart Hogg:

    "It shows the character of the squad that we could get this win, albeit an ugly one. We fully expected a physical, tough Test match here and we felt under pressure all game.

    "We’re delighted to get the win and we’ve had a good few weeks together. Next year, we’re hoping to win the Championship. We truly believe that we can win trophies as a group."

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    Lyndsey: Seriously guys ?? U can't be Welsh if "cwtch" isn't a word you use everyday. Rhymes with butch ..... cwtch

    Neil Matthews: Cwtch is pronounced "tackle"...

    Paul, Warwick: It's cwtch. Always has been. Always will be.

    I feel this debate will rumble on long after the end of the Six Nations.

    Wales
  7. 'A great defensive performance'

    FT: Wales 14-13 France

    Brian Moore

    Former England hooker on BBC One

    Take your hat off to Wales for their defensive performance in the second half. France had all of the ball but weren't able to capitalise on it.

  8. 'We showed character'

    FT: Wales 14-13 France

    Alun Wyn Jones

    Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones:

    "We were just trying to limit the errors and keep hold of the ball. We wanted to finish this campaign like we started it, with a win, and we've done that.

    "Runners-up isn't something we want. The way our games went we could've been going for a lot more but this last game we've displayed the character we need going forward.

    "There's more depth in the regions, guys are putting their hands up and putting pressure on the squad. It's important with a big 18 months coming up."

  9. Full-time

    Wales 14-13 France

    Aaron Shingler has stolen the line-out and Wales win!

    They hold out against France and the victory hands them the runners-up medals in this year's Six Nations tournament.

    It wasn't pretty.

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    Ian, York: Have watched all 3 games today and have to say all teams are getting away with infringements that England get penalised for. Not bitter. Well done to Ireland best team by a mile. Just some consistency please.

    frenchsub: Congratulations to all the players for this fantastic 6 nations tournament. As a football fan, I have to admit that this kind of rugby is MUST WATCH and END OF YOUR SEAT stuff. Well done Ireland and well done everyone for the excitement. Thank you.

    Ireland
  11. 'France can't score'

    Wales 14-13 France

    Brian Moore

    Former England hooker on BBC One

    France have dominated the game. Momentum has been with them. They've had one opportunity to get in front but didn't take it. Wales have contained them though and stopped them from looking particularly dangerous.

  12. Post update

    Wales 14-13 France

    He finds Aaron Shingler and Wales have a minute to hold on. Shingler surges forward but there goes the whistle again.

    Alun Wyn Jones, who has just been named as the man of the match, protests furiously. But France get on with the kick.

  13. Post update

    Wales 14-13 France

    Two minutes to play in Cardiff. Leigh Halfpenny fields a long kick, and hands off to George North who gets the legs going to drive up the middle.

    Mathieu Bastareaud is there again to halt Scott Williams, but this time Wales get the better of the referee's whistle.

    Leigh Halfpenny turns down the kick at goal, Wales will waste time in the corner here. They HAVE to win this line-out, if they ever arrive at it. Elliot Dee is waiting to throw...

    Mathieu Bastareaud
  14. Post update

    Wales 14-13 France

    Francois Trinh-Duc

    France fly-half Francois Trinh-Duc has had a match to remember for all the wrong reasons.

    As well as inexplicably kicking the ball dead from a solid penalty position, scuffing another wide when shooting for the sticks and lobbing a pass a yard forward under no pressure, he has also conceded three turnovers and made a single metre with the ball in hand.

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    The cwtch controversy continues...

    Stewart Moore: Not sure where Jennifer is from, cwtch is cwtch, pronounced c'oo'tch as in b'oo'k

    Dave Sommerville: It should be "cwtsh" surely?

  16. Post update

    Wales 14-13 France

    But in comes France's immovable man. Mathieu Bastareaud gets back to halt George North and snap up a turnover.

  17. Post update

    Wales 14-13 France

    I think the Cardiff crowd are attempting a rendition of the Welsh hymn Calon Lan, but it's pretty muted. I'm surprised they're not too nervous to sing.

    Gareth Davies rolls his way towards the line, Wales are up to the 10-metre line.

  18. Post update

    Wales 14-13 France

    Wales collect another unfavourable stat. They're into double figures on the penalty count as Samson Lee gets isolated and France are awarded a penalty.

    But Lee recovers to help haul down the French maul from the line-out and the Cardiff crowd are roaring as if they've won the match.

    With five minutes to play, Wales have a scrum inside the French half. Elliot Dee strikes and out it comes.

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    Dan: The idea that we’re the second best team* in this tournament is utterly laughable.

    Glyn Jones: Wales are garbage this second half. Can’t believe they’re still in this game.

    *They can only take second place if they stay in front. Can they hold on?

    Gareth Davies
  20. Post update

    Wales 14-13 France

    Wales have missed 26 tackles in this match. What an astonishing statistic.

    I'd say they've done rather well then to only concede one try, but I'm not sure Shaun Edwards will take the same view.

    France are back in possession as this game dwindles towards a close. Not the final epic we were hoping for, but it's certainly tense.