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:
1. Ellis Genge - England
Did not start but came on early and put in a really good shift, before tiring. Carried a huge 15 times, including a lovely run and offload to a rampaging Kyle Sinckler.
2. Jamie George - England
Ken Owens is unlucky, but George was fantastic throughout the game. While the rest of his team fell apart, he kept his composure, putting in an excellent showing.
3. Kyle Sinckler - England
Finishes an all England front row. Went off before Scotland wreaked havoc. His handling really sets him apart from other players in his position.
4. Felix Lambey - France
Has been a bright spark for France all tournament and showcased it again against Italy. Tackled and carried really well, he is the heart of the French pack.
5. Alun Wyn Jones - Wales
Has led Wales superbly throughout the tournament and this round has been no different. Is heroic in defence and someone that you would charge into battle with.
6. Josh Navidi - Wales
Put in a mountain of work with 20 tackles and was at his disruptive best. Is fast becoming a fantastic international flanker.
7. Jake Polledri - Italy
Constantly put Italy on the front foot and deserved more from the result with a good performance. Is a player Italy can build a team around.
8. Magnus Bradbury - Scotland
Helped lead the Scottish comeback with a superbly taken try. Made 66 metres and may have brought himself a ticket to the World Cup with this kind of performance.
9. Ali Price - Scotland
A tough choice. Ben Youngs played well before fading, but Price upped the tempo for Scotland and his chip and chase for their second try helped start the fightback.
10. Gareth Anscombe - Wales
His early chip for Parkes try at the start of the match was a thing of beauty and set the tone for the Welsh performance. His goal-kicking was superb and has earned the starting 10 shirt for Wales.
11. Jack Nowell - England
May play 14 for England but just had to include him after a fantastic game. He beat countless defenders and popped up everywhere, creating havoc for the Scottish defence.
12. Sam Johnson - Scotland
Scored what was almost the winning try for Scotland with a wonderful run and finish. Did what few could and managed to cope with Manu Tuilagi for most of the game.
13. Henry Slade - England
Dropped off defensively in the second half, but was a constant menace throughout most of the game with his footwork and passing. His timing of when to make the pass creates so many opportunities.
14. Damian Penaud - France
Scored one try and set-up another in a clinical performance by the centre-turned-wing. Was a constant threat throughout and showed great footwork for Dupont’s try.
15. Elliot Daly - England
Gets in by the skin of his teeth after a shaky defensive display. However, on attack there are fewer sharper, with his offensive skills. Jayden Hayward can consider himself unlucky to now make the team.