Six Nations Rugby - 2011 - Ireland v France
John Inverdale is in Dublin as the newly-renovated Aviva Stadium gears up to host its first Six Nations match. France ended Ireland's 12-match unbeaten run last year with an emphatic 33-10 win at the Stade de France, on their way to lifting the Six Nations trophy. William Servat and Yannick Jauzion set the French on their way to victory with first half tries, before Clement Poitrenaud added a third after the break. David Wallace scored the only try for Declan Kidney's side. Ireland have won three of the last five Six Nations encounters played in Dublin. With commentary from Eddie Butler and Brian Moore.
- 2011-02-13 14:30:00 - 2011-02-13 17:00:00 on BBC One HD, BBC One Northern Ireland, BBC One Scotland, BBC One East Yorkshire, BBC One Channel Islands, BBC One Cambridge, BBC One South East, BBC One Oxford, BBC One Yorkshire, BBC One North East, BBC One North West, BBC One East, BBC One East Midlands, BBC One West Midlands, BBC One London, BBC One South, BBC One South West, BBC One West, BBC One Wales,