Steve James Rugby union has probably never had a day like this, with three successive magnificent matches, and Twickenham has probably never seen a game quite like this.
unknown Joe Schmidt's team use their licence to attack to show doubters they can win with flourish, writes Oliver Brown
Daniel Schofield It was not enough, but Wales did all they could in a sensational second-half demolition of Italy.
Alasdair Reid Ireland played like the World Cup contenders they are.
James Mackenzie France overpowered a lacklustre Italy 29-0 in a scrappy Six Nations clash played in slippery conditions on Sunday to recover from back-to-back defeats to Ireland and Wales.
James Corrigan Win over Ireland gives inspired Wales a shot at the Six Nations title heading into the final round.
Steve James England put themselves back in the mix for the Six Nations title after beating Scotland 25-13 at Twickenham.
Ireland take a major step towards retaining their Six Nations title with a pulsating win in Dublin.
Julien Pretot France coach Philippe Saint-Andre admitted that Les Bleus were "not a great team" after their 20-13 home defeat by Wales in the Six Nations on Saturday.
Perseverance pays off for Italy as late penalty secures unlikely Six Nations win at Murrayfield.
Wales rekindle their Six Nations title hopes with a bruising 20-13 win against a struggling French outfit.
Jeremy Marot A Six Nations disciplinary committee has banned French lock Pascal Pape for 10 weeks for a knee in the back foul that left Ireland's Jamie Heaslip with three fractured vertebrae.
Wales' Six Nations campaign back on track with a frenetic away-victory over Scotland.
Paul Hayward There is no reason to hasten fullback's return to action after a blow which was horrific to see, writes Paul Hayward.
Gary Fitzgerald Centre Jonathan Joseph grabbed a brace of tries as England gained their second win in the Six Nations Championship and swept aside a brave Italian side 47-17 with a dominant second half display at Twickenham.
Pirate Irwin Fly-half Jonathan Sexton produced a man of the match performance on his return after a 12 week absence to inspire defending Six Nations champions Ireland to an 18-11 victory over France at Lansdowne Road on Saturday.
Wales winger George North should not have stayed on the pitch after suffering a head injury during the second half of his team's 21-16 Six Nations defeat by England, World Rugby said on Tuesday.
Ian Keatley converted four penalties on his Six Nations debut to set holders Ireland on the way to a dour 26-3 win over an uninspiring Italy on Saturday.
Daniel Schofield The Welsh Rugby Union was facing mounting criticism on Saturday over its decision to allow George North to play on after receiving two blows to the head in Wales's 21-16 defeat against England on Friday night.