Ireland secured a dominant 36-0 victory over Italy in their second game of the Six Nations tournament. The Irish team, led by Andy Farrell, scored six tries from Jack Crowley, Dan Sheehan (2), Jack Conan, James Lowe, and Calvin Nash. The win marked Ireland's 17th consecutive home victory and kept them on track to potentially win back-to-back Six Nations Grand Slams. Italy, on the other hand, suffered their second successive loss in the tournament as they failed to pose a threat to Ireland. The match ended with a try from Nash and extras added by replacement Harry Byrne.