Ireland 56-19 Italy
|Ireland (28) 56|
|Tries: Henshaw 2, Murray, Aki, Earls, Best, Stockdale 2 Cons: Sexton 5, Carbery 3|
|Italy (0) 19|
|Tries: Allan, Gori, Minozzi Cons: Allan 2|
Ireland ran in eight converted tries to secure a bonus-point victory over Italy and make it two wins from two in the 2018 Six Nations Championship.
Centre Robbie Henshaw and winger Jacob Stockdale both crossed twice with the others by Conor Murray, Bundee Aki, Keith Earls and skipper Rory Best.
However, Ireland conceded three tries in the second half in Dublin.
Tommaso Allan, Eduardo Gori and Matteo Minozzi scored for Italy, coached by former Ireland back Conor O'Shea.
Despite leaking those points, coach Joe Schmidt will surely be satisfied with how the side has started in the championship.
Leinster winger Jordan Larmour, tipped as a rising star of Irish rugby, came on as a replacement when Henshaw was injured and although he showed some nice footwork on debut, he was outshone by Ulster's Jacob Stockdale as he continued the fine start to his international career.