23 Apr 14
This weekend the 16th Man takes to the seas and skies as the Red Army #InvadeMarseille for the Heineken Cup semi-final. Here's your guide to what's going on and how to get around Marseille.
Alex Cuthbert scored their opening try on 47 minutes as Wales finally started to click after a dismal first half performance. Leigh Halfpenny was next to get over in the right hand corner despite the efforts of Zebo and Jamie Heaslip.
Despite looking out on their feet Ireland, led by that man O'Driscoll, threw themselves bravely into tackle after tackle. They were perhaps fortunate, after Conor Murray was binned, that Davies ignored Cuthbert on his outside but by the time replacement Craig Mitchell finally managed to crash over the home side had run out of time in the face of magnificent Irish defence.
Ireland: R Kearney; C Gilroy, B O'Driscoll, G D'Arcy (K Earls), S Zebo; J Sexton, C Murray; C Healy (D Kilcoyne), R Best, M Ross; D Ryan, M McCarthy (D O'Callaghan); P O'Mahony (C Henry), S O'Brien, J Heaslip capt.
Wales: L Halfpenny; G North, J Davies, J Roberts, A Cuthbert; D Biggar, M Phillips; G Jenkins, M Rees, A Jones; I Evans, A Coombs; A Shingler, S Warburton capt, T Faletau.
Referee: Romain Poite.