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The holders rediscovered the form that had deserted them in the opening rounds of the championship to stay in the title battle ahead of their Cardiff showdown with Grand Slam-seeking Wales. Captain Rory Best set the tone with an early try while Johnny Sexton, Jack Conan and Keith Earls also crossed. Yoann Huget and Camille Chat scored late consolation tries for France. Those scores failed to mask another disappointing French performance but they will hurt Ireland’s points differential going into the final week.
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Ireland finally produced some Six Nations form on Sunday by hammering France with a 26-14 scoreline that flattered the visitors to keep alive their remote chance of back-to-back titles ahead of next weekend’s finale of games. Captain Rory Best got the Irish going with an early try while Johnny Sexton, Jack Conan and Keith Earls also crossed before the hosts made several changes and Yoann Huget and Camille Chat managed late consolation tries for France.
The BBC and ITV say it will not affect the way their catch-up services BBC iPlayer and the ITV Hub operate as BritBox will not have access to the current or recently aired shows the existing services carry. New shows are likely to move on to BritBox only after they have been made available on catch-up first.
The decision does mean that British broadcasters are likely to stop licensing their archive material to other streaming services such as Netflix in an attempt to drive subscribers to the new UK service. However, the full details will be confirmed when both ITV and the BBC finalise their formal legal agreement.