Leinster have leapfrogged Munster to the top of the Pro-12.
The Blues ran in eight tries in Wales in beating the Dragons 54-22 to open up a two point lead at the summit over their rivals.
Luke McGrath and Jack Conan got two tries each and Richardt Strauss, Hayden Triggs, James Tracy and Jamison Gibson-Park also crossed the whitewash for Leo Cullen’s side.
Leaders into the night Munster were beaten 30-21 by the Scarlets at Thomond Park.
Conor Oliver, Darren Sweetnam and Jaco Taute tries had put Munster 21-9 up in the game.
Ireland host France in their third game in this season’s RBS Six Nations this afternoon.
The French come into the match at the AVIVA Stadium having lost their last four away games in the competition.
Johnny Sexton, Rory Best and Jack McGrath are back in the Ireland team and head-coach Joe Schmidt has no concerns about out-half Sexton missing the last five weeks with injury
Kick off is at 10-to-5.
In the 2.25 game Scotland welcome Wales.
Ireland’s Under 20’s have beaten France 27-22 in the Six Nations.
First half tries from Tadgh McElroy, Oisin Dowling and Tommy O’Brien helped Nigel Carolan’s team make it three wins from three.
Bill Johnston kicked 12-points.
Scotland have their first win of this season’s Women’s Six Nations.
They beat Wales 15-14.
It’s their first success in the competition since 2010.