|IRELAND 19||V||ENGLAND 13|
|COMPETITION: 6 Nations International Championship|
|VENUE: Twickenham||DATE: 6 March, 2004||SPECTATORS:|
|REFEREE: Paul Honiss (New Zealand)||HALFTIME:|
|TRIES: Dempsey||TRIES: Dawson|
|CONVERSIONS: O'Gara||CONVERSIONS: Grayson|
|PENALTY GOALS: O'Gara (4)||PENALTY GOALS: Grayson (2)|
|DROPPED GOALS:||DROPPED GOALS:|
|15||Girvan Dempsey (22)||Leinster||15||Iain Balshaw (22)||Bath RFC|
|14||Shane Horgan||Leinster||14||Josh Lewsey||London Wasps RFC|
|13||Gordon D'Arcy||Leinster||13||Jason Robinson||Sale RFC|
|12||Brian O'Driscoll (Cap)||Leinster||12||Will Greenwood||Harlequins RFC|
|11||Tyrone Howe||Ulster||11||Ben Cohen||Northampton RFC|
|10||Ronan O'Gara||Munster||10||Paul Grayson (21t)||Northampton RFC|
|9||Peter Stringer||Munster||9||Matt Dawson||Northampton RFC|
|8||Anthony Foley||Munster||8||Lawrence Dallaglio (Cap)||London Wasps RFC|
|7||Keith Gleeson||Leinster||7||Richard Hill||Saracens RFC|
|6||Simon Easterby||Llanelly RFC, Wales||6||Joe Worsley (18)||London Wasps RFC|
|5||Paul O'Connell||Munster||5||Ben Kay||Leicester RFC|
|4||Malcolm O'Kelly||Leinster||4||Steve Borthwick||Bath RFC|
|3||John Hayes||Munster||3||Phil Vickery||Gloucester RFC|
|2||Shane Byrne||Leinster||2||Steve Thompson (16)||Northampton RFC|
|1||Reggie Corrigan||Leinster||1||Trevor Woodman||Gloucester RFC|
|16||Frankie Sheahan||Munster||16||Mark Regan (2)||Leeds RFC|
|17||Simon Best||Ulster||17||Matt Stevens||Bath RFC|
|18||Gary Longwell||Ulster||18||Chris Jones (6)||Sale RFC|
|19||Victor Costello||Leinster||19||Niel Back||Leicester RFC|
|20||Guy Easterby||Rotherham RFC, England||20||Andy Gomarsall||Gloucester RFC|
|21||David Humphreys||Ulster||21||Olly Barkley (10t)||Bath RFC|
|22||Kevin Maggs (15)||Bath RFC, England||22||James Simpson-Daniel (15)||Gloucester RFC|
|COACH: Eddie O'Sullivan||COACH: Clive Woodward|
Ireland's amazing victory ended England's run of 22 wins in matches at Twickenham and undefeated over 7 years in this championship.
Veteran Jason Leonard (Age 35, 114 caps) was dropped from the squad that played Italy.
Matt Dawson (aged 31, 60 Caps) returned to the England starting lineup, as did veteren Niel Back (aged 35, 66 tests) to the reserve bench.
Lock Steve Borthwick returned after a 2 week suspension.
Experienced England locks Danny Grewcock and Simon Shaw were not selected because of injuries.
Veteran Longwell (aged 32, 26 caps) was recalled to the Irish squad. He replaced injured Donncha O'Callaghan.
O'Kelly was recalled to make his 62nd cap for Ireland, just one behind the legendary Willie John MacBride.
Greenwood played his 50th test for England.
Grayson scored his 400th international point for England.