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  Saturday, 20 October, 2001, 13:38 GMT 14:38 UK
Clockwatch: Ireland 20-14 England
Ireland v England clockwatch
All the key moments from the Six Nations clash at Lansdowne Road in Dublin, as Ireland wreck England's Grand Slam ambitions with a 20-14 win.

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Full-time: Ireland hold out in a frantic final few minutes to wreck England's Grand Slam dream. Ireland 20-14 England.

77 mins: Mike Mullins replaces the injured Brian O'Driscoll.

76 mins: Austin Healey gives England hope by crashing over the Irish line. Wilkinson misses the conversion.Ireland 20-14 England.

72 mins: England attempt to run the ball out of their own '22 but Jason Robinson is tackled and after the wing concedes a penalty, Ronan O'Gara adds to Ireland's lead. Ireland 20-9 England.

66 mins: Ireland make a double substitution with Trevor Brennan and Emmet Byrne replacing Mick Galwey and Peter Clohessy.

61 mins: Austin Healey replaces Dan Luger in the English side.

60 mins: O'Gara makes the perfect entrance by slotting an Irish penalty. Ireland 17-9 England.

59 mins: David Humphreys is forced to leave the field because of injury and is replaced by Ronan O'Gara.

55 mins: Dan Luger looks certain to score an English try after bursting from his own half to deep into the Irish '22 but Peter Stringer makes a vital tackle.

53 mins: Wilkinson responds with a superb penalty to reduce Ireland's lead to five points. Ireland 14-9 England.

Peter Stringer tackles Phil Greening
Phil Greening (right) had to be replaced

47 mins: Ireland continue to look the better side in the early part of the second half and Humphreys extends the home lead to eight points with another penalty. Ireland 14-6 England.

Second half: England introduce Dorian West for the injured hooker Phil Greening.

Half-time: Ireland 11-6 England.

40 mins: Jonny Wilkinson boosts England's spirits by landing a 40 metre penalty in first half injury-time. Ireland 11-6 England.

37 mins: English captain Matt Dawson has to leave the field because of injury and is replaced by Kyran Bracken.

35 mins: Mick Galwey wins an English lineout deep in enemy territory but the Irish are penalised for going over the top 10 metres from the opposition line.

29 mins: With Ireland continuing to dominate, they force another penalty deep in the English '22 and Humphreys slots the kick between the posts. Ireland 11-3 England.

26 mins: Humphreys misses a great chance to extend Ireland's lead by pulling a 35-metre penalty wide.

Ireland's Girvan Dempsey
Girvan Dempsey under a Garryowen

17 mins: Keith Wood scores his 12th international try after great lineout work by Mick Galwey and Anthony Foley. Humphreys misses the conversion. Ireland 8-3 England.

15 mins: Shane Horgan dives for the English line but is forced into touch by last ditch tackles after a sweeping Irish attack.

11 mins: Wilkinson has a kick charged down from inside his own '22 and the Irish force a penalty which Humphreys converts. England 3-3 Ireland.

10 mins: Another England attack yields a penalty and Wilkinson makes no mistake from in front of the posts. Ireland 0-3 England.

7 mins: Another Greening break and kick ahead puts Ireland in trouble but Denis Hickie gets back to concede a five-metre scrum. England waste the opportunity by conceding a penalty.

6 mins: Ireland's first decent charge into English territory earns a penalty but David Humphreys pulls the difficult chance from near the right touchline well wide.

1 min: Phil Greening attempts a break but referee Paul Honiss rules that the Englishman has received a forward pass.


Ireland: G Dempsey (Terenure College); S Horgan (Lansdowne), B O'Driscoll (Blackrock College), K Maggs (Bath), D Hickie (St Mary's College); D Humphreys (Dungannon), P Stringer (Shannon); P Clohessy (Young Munster), K Wood (Harlequins, capt), J Hayes (Shannon), M Galwey (Shannon), M O'Kelly (St Mary's College), E Miller (Terenure College), D Wallace (Garryowen), A Foley (Shannon).

Replacements: F Sheahan (Cork Constitution), E Byrne (St Mary's College), T Brennan (Barnhall), K Dawson (London Irish), G Easterby (Llanelli), R O'Gara (Cork Constitution), M Mullins (Young Munster).

England: I Balshaw (Bath); D Luger (Harlequins), W Greenwood (Harlequins), M Catt (Bath), J Robinson (Sale); J Wilkinson (Newcastle), M Dawson (Northampton, capt); J Leonard (Harlequins), P Greening (Wasps), J White (Bristol), S Shaw (Wasps), D Grewcock (Bath), M Corry (Leicester), N Back (Leicester), R Hill (Saracens).

Replacements: D West (Leicester), G Rowntree (Leicester), S Borthwick (Bath), L Moody (Leicester), K Bracken (Saracens), A Healey (Leicester), M Perry (Bath).

Referee: Paul Honiss (New Zealand).

Touch judges: Tappe Henning (South Africa) and Pablo Deluca (Argentina).

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<B>All the key moments from the Six Nations clash at Lansdowne Road in Dublin, as Ireland wreck England's Grand Slam ambitions with a 20-14 win.</B> <P><I>Hit refresh button for latest action.</I> <P> <HR> <P><B>Full-time</B>: Ireland hold out in a frantic final few minutes to wreck England's Grand Slam dream.<B> Ireland 20-14 England</B>. <P> <B>77 mins</B>: Mike Mullins replaces the injured Brian O'Driscoll. <P> <B>76 mins</B>: Austin Healey gives England hope by crashing over the Irish line. Wilkinson misses the conversion.<B>Ireland 20-14 England</B>. <P> <B>72 mins</B>: England attempt to run the ball out of their own '22 but Jason Robinson is tackled and after the wing concedes a penalty, Ronan O'Gara adds to Ireland's lead. <B>Ireland 20-9 England</B>. <P> <B>66 mins</B>: Ireland make a double substitution with Trevor Brennan and Emmet Byrne replacing Mick Galwey and Peter Clohessy. <P> <B>61 mins</B>: Austin Healey replaces Dan Luger in the English side. <P> <B>60 mins</B>: O'Gara makes the perfect entrance by slotting an Irish penalty. <B>Ireland 17-9 England</B>. <P> <B>59 mins</B>: David Humphreys is forced to leave the field because of injury and is replaced by Ronan O'Gara. <P> <B>55 mins</B>: Dan Luger looks certain to score an English try after bursting from his own half to deep into the Irish '22 but Peter Stringer makes a vital tackle. <P> <P> <B>53 mins</B>: Wilkinson responds with a superb penalty to reduce Ireland's lead to five points.<B> Ireland 14-9 England</B>. <P><CPS:IMAGE ORDER="2"></CPS:IMAGE> <P> <B>47 mins</B>: Ireland continue to look the better side in the early part of the second half and Humphreys extends the home lead to eight points with another penalty.<B> Ireland 14-6 England</B>. <P> <B>Second half</B>: England introduce Dorian West for the injured hooker Phil Greening. <P> <B>Half-time: Ireland 11-6 England.</B> <P> <B>40 mins</B>: Jonny Wilkinson boosts England's spirits by landing a 40 metre penalty in first half injury-time. <B>Ireland 11-6 England</B>. <P> <B>37 mins</B>: English captain Matt Dawson has to leave the field because of injury and is replaced by Kyran Bracken. <P> <B>35 mins</B>: Mick Galwey wins an English lineout deep in enemy territory but the Irish are penalised for going over the top 10 metres from the opposition line. <P> <B>29 mins</B>: With Ireland continuing to dominate, they force another penalty deep in the English '22 and Humphreys slots the kick between the posts.<B> Ireland 11-3 England</B>. <P> <B>26 mins</B>: Humphreys misses a great chance to extend Ireland's lead by pulling a 35-metre penalty wide. <P><CPS:IMAGE ORDER="3"></CPS:IMAGE> <P> <B>17 mins</B>: Keith Wood scores his 12th international try after great lineout work by Mick Galwey and Anthony Foley. Humphreys misses the conversion. <B>Ireland 8-3 England</B>. <P> <B>15 mins</B>: Shane Horgan dives for the English line but is forced into touch by last ditch tackles after a sweeping Irish attack. <P> <B>11 mins</B>: Wilkinson has a kick charged down from inside his own '22 and the Irish force a penalty which Humphreys converts. <B>England 3-3 Ireland</B>. <P> <B>10 mins</B>: Another England attack yields a penalty and Wilkinson makes no mistake from in front of the posts.<B> Ireland 0-3 England</B>. <P> <B>7 mins</B>: Another Greening break and kick ahead puts Ireland in trouble but Denis Hickie gets back to concede a five-metre scrum. England waste the opportunity by conceding a penalty. <P> <B>6 mins</B>: Ireland's first decent charge into English territory earns a penalty but David Humphreys pulls the difficult chance from near the right touchline well wide. <P> <B>1 min</B>: Phil Greening attempts a break but referee Paul Honiss rules that the Englishman has received a forward pass. <P><HR> <P> <B>Ireland:</B> G Dempsey (Terenure College); S Horgan (Lansdowne), B O'Driscoll (Blackrock College), K Maggs (Bath), D Hickie (St Mary's College); D Humphreys (Dungannon), P Stringer (Shannon); P Clohessy (Young Munster), K Wood (Harlequins, capt), J Hayes (Shannon), M Galwey (Shannon), M O'Kelly (St Mary's College), E Miller (Terenure College), D Wallace (Garryowen), A Foley (Shannon). <P> Replacements: F Sheahan (Cork Constitution), E Byrne (St Mary's College), T Brennan (Barnhall), K Dawson (London Irish), G Easterby (Llanelli), R O'Gara (Cork Constitution), M Mullins (Young Munster). <P> <B>England:</B> I Balshaw (Bath); D Luger (Harlequins), W Greenwood (Harlequins), M Catt (Bath), J Robinson (Sale); J Wilkinson (Newcastle), M Dawson (Northampton, capt); J Leonard (Harlequins), P Greening (Wasps), J White (Bristol), S Shaw (Wasps), D Grewcock (Bath), M Corry (Leicester), N Back (Leicester), R Hill (Saracens). <P> Replacements: D West (Leicester), G Rowntree (Leicester), S Borthwick (Bath), L Moody (Leicester), K Bracken (Saracens), A Healey (Leicester), M Perry (Bath). <P> Referee: Paul Honiss (New Zealand). <P> Touch judges: Tappe Henning (South Africa) and Pablo Deluca (Argentina).
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