Neil Francis: 'No invention, no surprises, no continuity and no wit'
This was a deeply, deeply disappointing performance by Ireland. For Wales, river deep, mountain high. Minutes after the final whistle blew the cameras caught a glimpse of Alun Wyn Jones, his arms out-stretched catching droplets of moisture from the sky and his eyes averted to the heavens. This was no 'thank you' to the almighty, this was an acknowledgement that Wales managed to garner their Grand Slam without a worthwhile examination.