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VIDEO: Rampant Wales put 67 points on sorry Italy in Cardiff

The visitors look like they’re over this tournament.

Wales 67

Italy 14

THIS TIME LAST year we were treated to one of the most memorable days of rugby in living memory.

Today however, the Six Nations sadly ends on a bit of an anti-climax.

Wales kicked off the action with a dead rubber clash with a demoralised looking Italy in Cardiff.

At half-time the home side led 27-0 despite labouring at times. They then made sure of a big, big score with a dominant second-half performance.

Rhys Webb, Dan Biggar and Jonathan Davies touched down for Warren Gatland’s side.

Source: RBS 6 Nations/YouTube

Source: RBS 6 Nations/YouTube

Source: RBS 6 Nations/YouTube

Source: RBS 6 Nations/YouTube

Scorers for Wales:

Tries – Webb (4), Biggar (28), J Davies (32), Roberts (44), North (48), Williams (56), Moriarty (64, 78), G Davies (80)

Conversions – Biggar (5, 29, 33, 49, 57), Priestland (65, 79, 80)

Penalties – Biggar (14, 20);

Italy:

Tries – Palazanni (53), Garcia (61)

Conversions – Haimona (54, 62)

Wales: Liam Williams; George North, Jonathan Davies, Jamie Roberts, Hallam Amos (Gareth Anscombe 48); Dan Biggar (Rhys Priestland 58), Rhys Webb (Gareth Davies 62); Taulupe Faletau, Justin Tipuric (Ross Moriarty 16), Dan Lydiate (capt); Luke Charteris, Bradley Davies (Jake Ball 58); Samson Lee (Aaron Jarvis 58), Scott Baldwin (Ken Owens 49), Rob Evans (Gethin Jenkins 49)

Italy: David Odiete; Leonardo Sarto, Andrea Pratichetti (Kelly Haimona 36), Gonzalo Garcia, Mattia Bellini (Luke McClean 33); Tommaso Allan, Guglielmo Palazzani (Alberto Lucchese 64); Sergio Parisse (capt), Alessandro Zanni, Francesco Minto (Abraham Steyn 58); Valerio Bernabo (Jacopp Sarto 46), Quintin Geldenhuys; Martin Castrogiovanni (Dario Chistolini 46), Davide Giazzon (Oliviero Fabiani 49), Andrea Lovotti (Matteo Zanusso 64)

Yellow card: Palazanni (18)

Referee: Romain Poite (FRA)

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