Ireland thumped England on St Patrick's Day in Twickenham to win the 6 nations and the third Grand Slam in their history in thrilling fashion. A grand slam is when a team in a league wins all of their games and the league itself. Ireland ignited the St Patrick's Day celebrations by completing the Grand Slam as England collapsed to a 24-15 defeat. This is what the table looked like at the end of the league: Position. PLAYED WINS DRAWS LOSSES POINTS SCORED POINTS SCORED AGAINST POINT DIFFERENCE POINTS 1.Ireland 5 5 0 0 160 82 78 26 2.Wales 5 3 0 2 119 83 36 15 3.Scotland 5 3 0 2 101 128 -27 13 4.France 5 2 0 3 108 94 14 11 5.England 5 2 0 3 102 92 10 10 6.Italy 5 0 0 5 92 203 -111 1 "Every team that I've had that's been a champion team has had a run like this," Eddie Jones the head coach of the England squad said. "It's just about being instrumental in how you remake yourself. We've had to develop the internal part of the team, how our coaching staff and players work together, how our team must take more responsibility for the game ... We've made some really good development in those areas. For us it's been an enormously beneficial if not disappointing tournament because we're finding out how to be a better team." After his team united a nation on St Patrick's Day, coach Joe Schmidt said the age divide within his Ireland squad helped secure this year's Six Nations championship. "Youthful enthusiasm is being tempered by the experienced guys that certainly have been there before," modestly said Joe Schmidt the Ireland head coach. "That blend is working quite well for us at the moment." The question is who will win the Rugby World Cup next year in Japan?