Ireland 28-8 Scotland
|Ireland (14) 28|
|Tries: Stockdale 2, Murray, Cronin Cons: Sexton 4|
|Scotland (3) 8|
|Try: Kinghorn Pen: Laidlaw|
Six Nations leaders Ireland secured a bonus-point win over Scotland to put the pressure on title rivals England.
The Irish victory means they will be champions if the English do not also score four tries and win away in France in Saturday's later match.
Two tries by Jacob Stockdale and further scores by Conor Murray and Sean Cronin secured a deserved Irish win.
Blair Kinghorn scored on his first Test start for Scotland, but the visitors were left to rue missed chances.