James Lowe put on the afterburners to score Ireland’s third try as they pull away from Wales.
Ireland has gotten their Six Nations campaign off to an electric start, scoring three tries in quick succession and absolutely blowing Wales out of the water.
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It took Andy Farrell’s men only three minutes to land the first blow, Caelan Doris squeezing over the line. Then five minutes later, James Ryan got Ireland’s second after a quick and smart short tap penalty.
The pick of the bunch came just over ten minutes later, James Lowe read it perfectly and intercepted the ball before leaving the Wales players for dead.
🤩 What an interception from James Lowe @IrishRugby #GuinnessSixNations #WALvIRE pic.twitter.com/KfzqrNjx8D
— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) February 4, 2023