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Wales beat Ireland in final Women's Six Nations match

BBC Sport Sunday, 17 March 2019
Wales beat Ireland in final Women's Six Nations matchWales ensure they end their Six Nations campaigns with back-to-back victories by overcoming Ireland at Cardiff Arms Park.
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Warren Gatland reflects on his final Six Nations tournament as Wales coach after his team demolished Ireland 25-7 to be crowned Six Nations Grand Slam champions.

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