Scotland and Wales both take home wins in Six Nations

Scotland's Lamont runs with ball

Wales and Scotland both brought home much needed wins in the Six Nations on Saturday.

Wales beat championship favourites France 6-16 away in Paris.

A later try from George North helped Wales to end a run of eight Test defeats in a row.

It was also the first time Wales have beaten France away in the Six Nations since 2005.

Scotland smashed Italy 34-10 at home in Murrayfield, securing their first win in the tournament in two years.

Temporary head coach Scott Johnson said; "From the start, we were competitive at the contact, we turned the ball over early and were rewarded."

England take on Ireland in Dublin on Sunday afternoon.

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