Jamison Gibson-Park stars in win over England

Following their 32-15 win over England in their Six Nations clash at Twickenham on Saturday, here are the player ratings for Ireland.

15 Huge Keenan: Exceptional energy and work rate rewarded with his sixth international attempt. Strong under the high ball. 8/10

14Andrew Conway: Struggled to influence play from an attacking standpoint, but produced a superb spiral kick on touchdown. 7

13 Garry Ringrose: Made a few clean breaks and put in his share of tackles. Sometimes useless in possession. 6

12 Bundee Aki: Added much needed beef on a breathless afternoon, but was relatively calm and had limited impact. 6

11James Lowe: Capitalized on oceans of space to expertly finish the opening score and played a pivotal role in the final try. 8

10Johnny Sexton: It’s not his best game in the green jersey. Soaked in his surroundings as he left Twickenham for the probably last time. 7

9 Jamison Gibson-Park: Arguably the sharpest man on the pitch, constantly propelling Ireland forward with his quick thinking. 9

8 Caelan Doris: A class act and a beautiful soaring view. Refusal of a try in the first half by Ringrose forward. 8

7Josh van der Flier: Another solid performance from an increasingly influential player. Lowe’s essay. 7

6 Peter O’Mahony: Had mixed success trying to inspire Ireland when they were in danger of collapsing. 6

5James Ryan: Sent off inside two minutes after being hit in the head by the red card Charlie Ewels. N / A

4 Tadhg Beirne: Scrapped on what turned out to be a hugely taxing afternoon for the visitors riddled with errors. 7

3 Tadhg Furlong: A tireless shift, although the Irish scrum has consistently malfunctioned and remains a work in progress. 6

2Dan Sheehan: Started beautifully on his first significant Test start, but is part of a front row that was second best. 7

1 Cian Healy: Struggled on his first Test start in a year as a depleted England enjoyed scrum success. 5

Replacements: Andy Farrell was counting on his bench to put an end to the resistance of the heroic Englishman, substitutes Jack Conan and Finlay Bealham claiming crucial tries. 8

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