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Wales beat France 19-10 in Six Nations

© Adrian Dennis / AFP | Wales' wing George North (C) celebrates after scoring his team's first try during the Six Nations international rugby union match between Wales and France at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales, on February 26, 2016.

Text by NEWS WIRES

Latest update : 2016-02-26

Wales beat France 19-10 in the Six Nations at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Friday to keep their championship title hopes alive.

Warren Gatland's Wales team were held to a 16-all draw by the Irish before seeing off Scotland 27-23 in their opening two matches, but dominated a France side also coming into the Cardiff game undefeated after wins over Italy (23-21) and Ireland (10-9).

Wales fly-half Dan Biggar kicked four penalties, two in each half, and converted George North's second-half breakaway try.

France fly-half Jules Plisson kicked a penalty, with skipper Guilhem Guirado driven over for a consolation try converted by Francois Trinh-Duc to give the scoreline a more sympathetic glean.

(AFP)

Date created : 2016-02-26

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