The Irish under-20s have secured a second Grand Slam title in three years this evening.
Richie Murphy's side welcomed Scotland to Musgrave Park and ran out 59-5 winners.
Jack Boyle, Fionn Gibbons, Jude Postlethwaite, Jack Culhane and Ben Carson all scored in the first-half, before James McCormick, Josh Hanlon and a second for Gibbons completed the rout after the break.
Ireland were strong favourites to claim the title coming into the game, sitting three points ahead of France who face England at 8pm, but the bonus-point victory put their success beyond doubt.
Ireland led 33-0 at the interval, and while Scotland responded in the second-half, the win was never in doubt.
It rounds off a good weekend for Irish Rugby after the seniors beat Scotland to claim the Triple Crown yesterday.
Premier League leaders Manchester City will face their nearest rivals Liverpool in the semi-finals of the FA Cup after both progressed.
The Merseysiders edged past Championship side Nottingham Forest 1-0.
City eased past Southampton 4-1.
The other last four tie at Wembley sees Crystal Palace, who thrashed Everton 4-0, take on Chelsea.
Tottenham are up to fifth in the Premier League after beating fellow European hopefuls West Ham 3-1.
Leicester beat Brentford 2-1 in today's other top flight fixture.
Rangers have kept the pressure on Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership by beating Dundee 2-1 to move to within three points of their Old Firm rivals.
Recent All Ireland champions Dublin are still in danger of being relegated from Division 1 of the Allianz Football League.
That's despite a 2-15 to 2-11 win for the Dubs over Donegal this afternoon.
Dessie Farrell's men lie second from bottom with four points on the board.
Monaghan are bottom after a 0-24 to 1-12 loss to Kildare.
Kerry had a 1-13 to 13 point win over Armagh
There will be a South East Derby in the hurling semi-finals.
Unbeaten Wexford take on Waterford in the last four, that's after the Model county defeated Cork 1-22 to 1-17.
The Deise were beaten by Cork's opponent's in the semi-finals, Kilkenny by 2-21 to 0-21 points.
Shane Lowry looks likely to miss out on a top ten finish at the Valspar Championship on the PGA Tour.
The Offaly man currently sits in a tie for 12th after a 3 under 68 for the third time this weekend and lies on 11 under for the tournament.
He's 6 shots off the lead that's held by Sam Burns on 17 under par.