Wales’ George North celebrates with team mates after scoring a try, Saturday, March 16, 2016. (Reuters / Andrew Boyers)
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George North starred as Wales assured themselves of second place in the Six Nations with a record 67-14 thrashing of Italy at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.The first match of the final day of the Championship was over as a contest before half-time with Wales 27-0 up at the break following tries by Rhys Webb, Dan Biggar and Jonathan Davies.Six more tries followed in the second half, with replacement Ross Moriarty scoring twice and North becoming the first Welshman since Shane Williams in 2008 to score tries in four successive Championship matches.Minutes later, Wales had their third converted try and best of the half.Barely a minute later Wales had another try when Roberts and Jonathan Davies set up full-back Liam Williams.Italy's Gonzalo Garcia crossed for a converted try only for Wales to respond through Moriarty.
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