Tries from Shane Horgan and Keith Wood plus a 100% kicking return from David Humphreys leaVe Ireland 26 points up at half time against Romania,/b>
Three David Humphrey's penalties had Ireland nine points up after 19 minutes, their most threatening try opportunity in that time coming from the lightening Brian O'Driscoll. Then at the start of the second quarter a break from Girvan Dempsey ended with a try under the posts from Shane Horgan, back in the side after a lengthy injury absence. Humphreys knocked over the conversion and Ireland were on their way. Keith wood was next up for a try. Crashing through after Romania had kicked away possession. Humphreys added the easy conversion and tagged on ahis third penalty in the 37th minute to give Ireland a 26 point interval lead
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