ROME, Feb 11 (Reuters) - Ireland recorded their biggest ever Six Nations victory as they smashed Italy 63-10 in Rome on Saturday, running in nine tries and earning the tournament’s first attacking bonus point.
The 2015 champions rebounded from a narrow loss against Scotland last week in Murrayfield and earned their four-try bonus point in barely 30 minutes, with blindside flanker and man-of-the-match CJ Stander scoring the second of three tries.
Substitute winger Craig Gilroy also scored a hat-trick late in the second half, with Irish winger Keith Earls running in two tries and Garry Ringrose also crossing the chalk.
Italy were awarded a penalty try. (Reporting by Mark Bendeich; Editing by Toby Davis)