After the momentous kick off to the 2011 RBS 6 Nations there is only one option for Video of the Day today and that’s to present you with some highlights from the titanic clash at the Millennium Stadium. How did Toby Flood slice through the England defence? And why did Jonathan Davies find it so easy to do the same to England in the second half with some sleight of hand? It’s all there.

Highlights of Wales 19 England 26

Wales: J Hook; M Stoddart, J Roberts, J Davies, S Williams; S Jones (L Byrne 67), M Phillips (D Peel 70); P James, M Rees (captain, R Hibbard 70), C Mitchell (J Yapp 70), B Davies, A W Jones, D Lydiate (J Yapp 52-57, J Thomas

70), S Warburton, A Powell (R Jones 32)

Scorers: Try: M Stoddart; Con: S Jones; Pens: S Jones 3 , J Hook

England: B Foden; C Ashton, M Tindall (captain), S Hape, M Cueto; T Flood (J Wilkinson 66), B Youngs (D Care 62); A Sheridan (D Wilson 62), D Hartley (S Thompson 70), D Cole, L Deacon (S Shaw 70), T Palmer, T Wood, J Haskell (J Worsley 62), N Easter

Scorers: Tries: C Ashton 2; Cons: T Flood 2;

Pens: T Flood 3, J Wilkinson

Yellow Cards: L Deacon 27; C Mitchell 44

Referee: Alain Rolland (Ireland)


Toby Flood (England)

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  • Paul Short

    I have not heard of any citings yet, a trip and a spear tackle by two players should result in lengthy bans, how come we havn’t heard anything?