England defeated Wales 24-0 on this day in rugby history in 1992 on their way to back-to-back Five Nations Grand Slam titles. It was their first consecutive Grand Slam title since 1924.
The win helped boost the England player’s spirits having made it to the 1991 World Cup final but losing to Australia at Twickenham.
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England looked to be out to prove something in the tournament. They scored 90 points in their 4 wins and won every match with wide margins.
In the match against Wales, Will Carling, Mickey Skinner and Wade Dooley scored tries and Jonathan Webb kicked 12 points.
1977 - Ronan O'Gara, Irish rugby union footballer