Update So that is it from this game! It ended in a very one-sided manner but, trust me, it was one enjoyable game.
It was a day that belonged to Ireland and they will be raring to go tomorrow! Moeen Ali took the final wicket as Ireland are all out for They have a lead of runs.
Olly Stone and Stuart Broad took one wicket each after tea but the lead is well over runs now. Another wicket for Sam Curran and Ireland are seven down. Mark Adair departs for 3.
Stuart Broad soon made it six as he castled Stuart Thompson for a duck. Andrew Balbirnie scored a brilliant half century for Ireland. The first shot of intent from Ireland captain William Porterfield and he is dismissed for Sam Curran brings an end to a solid looking partnership.
Ireland openers are out in the middle and their primary job is to see out the new ball. Sturt Broad and Chris Woakes have started proceedings for the hosts. Boyd Rankin sent back Stuart Broad as England are tottering towards a sub total.
Ranking struck again to send back the promising Sam Curran for Mark Adair comes back to castle Olly Stone for 19, England are bowled out for What a performance by the Irish.
World Cup-winning opening batsman Jason Roy is making his Test debut at the top of the order and fast bowler Olly Stone, in for the injured James Anderson, is also playing his first Test. The match is being played over four days rather than the standard five for a Test match.
It is the first time England have been involved in a scheduled four-day Test since a tour of New Zealand and the first such match in England since