The Ireland women's team made it a historic weekend in Irish rugby as they claimed the Six Nations title after a resounding victory over Scotland today.
Tom Tierney's side crushed Scotland by 70 points to claim both the Triple Crown and championship on a glorious weekend for Irish rugby.
Just like Joe Schmidt's side yesterday, the team had a target to reach to overhaul France to secure the title. The 27 points required were sewn up before half-time with tries from Niamh Briggs(2), Heather O'Brien, Gillian Bourke and Alison Miller (2) gave the Irish side a comfortable 37-3 interval lead.
There was no let-up after the break as a championship and Triple Crown was claimed in spectacular style.
Miller, Paula Fitzpatrick, Sophie Spence, Tanie Rosser and centre Jenny Murphy kept the scoreboard ticking over as the visitors ran out 73-3 winners.
France's surprise 17-12 defeat by Italy last weekend opened the door for Ireland who put the Scots to the sword at the Broadwood Stadium.
Scotland: Chloe Rollie, Nuala Deans, Gillian, Inglis, Hannah, Smith, Eilidh Sinclair, Lisa Martin, Sarah Law, Lisa Robertson, Lana Skeldon, Tracy Balmer, Deborah McCormack, Emma Wassell, Rachael Cook, Karen Dunbar, Jade Konkel.
Replacements: Sarah Quick, Lindsey Smith, Heather Lockhart, Fiona Sim, Lyndsay O' Donnell, Mhairi Grieve, Claire Bain, Jenny Maxwell.
Ireland: Niamh Briggs; Hannah Tyrrell, Jenny Murphy, Jackie Shiels, Alison Miller; Nora Stapleton, Larissa Muldoon; Ruth O'Reilly, Gillian Bourke, Ailis Egan; Sophie Spence, Marie Louise Reilly; Paula Fitzpatrick, Claire Molloy, Heather O'Brien.
Replacements: Sarah Mimnagh, Fiona Hayes, Fiona O'Brien, Orla Fitzsimons, Katie Norris, Tania Rosser, Sene Naoupu, Aoife Doyle.