Home nations Wales, England and Ireland have won in Round 4 of the 2019 Six Nations championship. Wales are leading on points table with 16 points after round four. England and Ireland are following closely with 15 and 14 points. Scotland and France are trailing behind with 6 points each. Italy are on bottom with no win and points. Six Nations 2019 is one of the last major mean of preparations for the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.
Wales overcame Scotland scare in 2019 Six Nations match at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh to retain Doddie Weir Cup. Finn Russell opened scoring for Scotland with a penalty on 11′. Josh Adams hit a try for Wales on 13′ that Gareth Anscombe converted on 14′. Finn Russell smashed his second penalty on 21′. Gareth Anscombe smacked a penalty of his own on 24′. Jonathan Davies kicked a try on 30′. Darcy Graham revived Scottish hopes with a try on 58′. But they could not earn more points afterwards. Gareth Anscombe sealed victory for Welsh team with a penalty on 80′
England registered a heavy victory over Italy in Six Nations 2019 game at Twickenham Stadium in London. Italy bagged the wooden spoon for 4th consecutive and overall 14th year. Jamie George, Jonny May, Manu Tuilagi, Brad Shields, George Kruis and Dan Robson hit tries for the Red Roses. George Ford and Owen Farrell added conversions, while Farrell kicked a penalty as well. Tommaso Allan and Luca Morisi smacked tries for Italian side, with Allan also smashing two penalties.
Ireland overcame resurgent France in second half of the 2019 Six Nations clash at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Irish captain Rory Best, Jonathan Sexton, Jack Conan and Keith Earls were the try scorers. Jonathan Sexton added three conversions for Ireland. Yoann Huget and Camille Chat hit tries for French team while Baptiste Serin applied a conversion.
Scotland Vs Wales 11-18
9th March 2019 – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland
Try: Darcy Graham (58’)
Pen: Finn Russell (11’, 21’)
Try: Josh Adams (13’), Jonathan Davies (30’)
Con: Gareth Anscombe (14’)
Pen: Gareth Anscombe (24’, 80’)
England Vs Italy 57-14
9th March 2019 – Twickenham Stadium, London
Try: Jamie George (8’), Jonny May (15′), Manu Tuilagi (21’, 47′), Brad Shields (32’, 79′), George Kruis (64′), Dan Robson (68’)
Con: Owen Farrell (9′, 16′, 22′, 33’), George Ford (65′, 69′, 80′)
Pen: Owen Farrell (26′)
Try: Tommaso Allan (12′), Luca Morisi (54’)
Pen: Tommaso Allan (14’, 56′)
Ireland Vs France 26-14
10 March 2019 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Try: Rory Best (3′), Jonathan Sexton (30’), Jack Conan (36’), Keith Earls (56’)
Con: Jonathan Sexton (4’, 31’, 58′)
Try: Yoann Huget (77′), Camille Chat (80+1’)
Con: Baptiste Serin (77′, 80+4’)