TWEETS: The reaction to a brilliant first half at the Aviva Stadium
Keep it going, lads.
Ireland lead Wales 13-10 after the first half of their Six Nations clash at the Aviva Stadium.
Joe Schmidt's side started the better with spells of pressure in the Welsh 22 which resulted in two Jonny Sexton penalties and a Conor Murray try left us leading 13-0.
Wales fought back in the last 15 minutes of the first period with a penalty by Rhys Priestland and a try by Toby Faletau. It's very much game on.
Here's the best reaction on Twitter.
Not such a good last eight minutes... 🙈
— Brian O'Driscoll (@BrianODriscoll) February 7, 2016
After all our dominance Ireland lead by just 3 points as Priestland kicks the conversion 13-10 #IREvWAL
— JOE.ie (@JOEdotie) February 7, 2016
God dammit. Bad timing for Ireland
— Brent Pope (@RealBrentPope) February 7, 2016
Damn. Wales have hardly played and yet in touching distance, #IREvWAL
— Matt Cooper (@cooper_m) February 7, 2016
Beautiful dummy from @ConorMurray_9 - great try!#IREvWAL pic.twitter.com/4BA3NJJTK6
— RTÉ 2FM (@RTE2fm) February 7, 2016
#IREvWAL Toby is a tank! He made it look easy- that try! 👌🏾
— Karla Gaile (@karlagaile) February 7, 2016
Within a couple of minutes a one-sided scoreline just became an all but even contest through the quality of the Welsh #IREvWAL
— Paul Clayton 💙 Happily woke #ToriesOut #Rejoin (@PaulClayton1977) February 7, 2016
First half is a perfect presentation of the weakness then the strength of Gatlandball. #IREvWAL #6Nations
— Slutty McSmoochyface (@Kingstonbro) February 7, 2016
Great 1st half from both sides. This game gonna be very close #IREvWAL #SixNations
— mark rowan 🇬🇧 (@markrowan6260) February 7, 2016
We need to be better at the scrums also more aware at the line-outs. #IREvWAL #COYBIG
— Stephen Dempsey 👋 (@createthingsIdo) February 7, 2016