Wales won the Grand Slam in emphatic fashion with a dominant 25-0 win over a disappointing Irish side.

It was Wales’ best performance of the tournament and a fantastic way to end the Six Nations, putting them in a very good position for the World Cup.

For Ireland, they will be disappointed with their performance, only scoring late in the game and firing a few shots.

Elsewhere, England and Scotland drew 38-38 in what is the highest scoring draw ever in international rugby.

It was a game of two halves, with England racing to a 31-0 lead, before Scotland, led by Finn Russell, scored 38 unanswered points to go ahead.

A last play George Ford try and conversion rescued the game for England.

France beat Italy 25-14, despite Italy being on top for most of the game.

France were clinical and took all of their chances, with Romain Ntamack controlling the French side nicely.

For Italy, they will be disappointed they didn’t take any of there numerous chances, including one dropped over the line.

It has been a crazy round of Six Nations rugby and the tournament has finished on a high with some fantastic rugby being played.

Here is who made our Team of the Week for Round Five of the tournament: