Calamity defending from France gifts Wales opening try

If your name is Dulin or Doussain, look away now.

RBS 6 Nations

BRICE DULIN AND Jean-Marc Doussain combined this evening to gift Wales the opening try in their Six Nations encounter.

After a lineout to Wales on the French 10m line, it’s tapped back, and spread left to Halfpenny. He chips infield but Dulin can’t gather fully before crashing into his team-mate Doussain.

George North has the easiest of tasks as he dives on the loose ball. There looked to be a hint of a push but the referee and TMO were both happy to award the try.

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