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Last Updated: Saturday, 9 February 2008, 14:18 GMT
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Wales coach Warren Gatland (R) and assistant Shaun Edwards

Wales 30-15 Scotland: Warren Gatland leads Wales for the first time at home hoping to build on the win over England

Scotland wing Chris Paterson

Wales start the better side but the radar boot of wing Chris Paterson gives Scotland a 3-0 lead

Wales wing Shane Williams

Wales look far more dangerous in attack and Shane Williams dances through the Scotland defence to put his side ahead

Scotland fly-half Dan Parks is pressurised into a clearance by Wales captain Ryan Jones

Scotland fly-half Dan Parks opts to kick for territory with ball in hand, making the first half a scrappy affair

James Hook celebrates his try

Wales struggle to shrug off a stubborn Scotland but James Hook's second-half try puts Wales in charge

Chris Paterson lands another penalty for Scotland

Despite Wales dominating, Paterson keeps his side in touch and his fifth penalty pulls the side to within two points

Shane Williams scores his second try in the corner

A sensational - and equally controversial - score from Shane Williams in the 67th minute puts Wales out of sight

Ireland players sing the national anthem

France 26-21 Ireland: The Irish know they need a good performance in Paris to silence the critics back home

Vincent Clerc scores the first try for France

Ireland start brightly enough but wing Vincent Clerc opens the scoring for France, despite the efforts of Rob Kearney

Vincent Clerc (L) is congratulated by Cedric Heymans and Aurelien Rougerie (R)

France look dangerous every time they attack and Clerc seals his hat-trick with a fine score just before the break

David Wallace crosses for Ireland

Cedric Heymans adds another but an Irish penalty try and Wallace's close-range score puts Ireland back in the game

Tony Buckley (L) and Eoin Reddan (R)

Tony Buckley and Eoin Reddan are dejected at the final whistle following their narrow defeat to France

Vincent Clerc

Vincent Clerc salutes the crowd in Paris as France record their second victory of the tournament



SEE ALSO
Six Nations as it happened
09 Feb 08 |  Rugby Union
Wales 30-15 Scotland
09 Feb 08 |  Rugby Union
France 26-21 Ireland
09 Feb 08 |  Rugby Union


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