England’s Jonny May in action with Ireland’s Keith Earls and Conor Murray | Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers
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Ireland put themselves in sight of just their third Grand Slam of all time by establishing a 21-5 half-time lead over England at Twickenham Saturday.Already crowned this season's Six Nations champions, Ireland had scored three converted tries through Garry Ringrose, CJ Stander and Jacob Stockdale to one unconverted try from England's Elliot Daly.Ireland went 7-0 up in the sixth minute.Ireland made it 14-0 in the 24th minute when centre Bundee Aki burst clear before passing to Stander, with the No 8 forcing his way over as he slid into the post protector for a try again coverted by Sexton.
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