Six Nations 2014: England 29-18 Wales
England secured their first Triple Crown since 2003 with a first win against Wales in four attempts.
Stuart Lancaster's side were dominant and Danny Care scored a try after just four minutes.
England's Luther Burrell finished from a Billy Twelvetrees kick but five Leigh Halfpenny penalties made it 20-15 at half-time at Twickenham.
Wales' Gethin Jenkins was sin-binned and Owen Farrell took his tally to 19 points as England earned a 29-18 win.