Ireland beat Wales in the fourth test game yesterday at the Aviva Stadium, with a scoreline of 19-10.

The dominant and best of the four performance guarantees Ireland the number-one position on the world-ranking table.

This should give the boys in green a great morale and psychological boost going into the World Cup in Japan this year.

 Tadhg Furlong scores his side’s second try. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The game also marks Joe Schmidt’s final game in Dublin managing the Irish squad.

Here’s hoping our world-ranking position will mirror our World Cup performance.

-Noah Harte