Updated: Friday, February 28, 2014
6 Nations Rugby news from the weekend
Italy - Scotland: 20 - 21
It sealed the most dramatic of victories, ending Scotland's run of eight consecutive away defeats in the Six Nations and bringing the Scots their first points of the campaign. Italy are bottom of the table with three defeats.
England - Ireland: 13 - 10
A low-scoring first half burst into life when Ireland scored a try through Rob Kearney, but Care's try was converted by Owen Farrell and England's defence held strong to claim the win.
That result means there are now four teams, England, Ireland, Wales and France, on four points at the top of the Six Nations table with two games left to play.
Wales - France: 27 - 6
Wales put themselves back into Six Nations title contention with an impressive 27-6 win in Cardiff to end France's unbeaten run.
George North's try and five Leigh Halfpenny penalties gave Wales a handy 20-6 half-time lead, with Jean-Marc Doussain and Jules Plisson replying for France.
The second half was more closely fought but Louis Picamoles' sin-binning proved costly for France.