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Good morning everyone, Martin here, and you're watching Newsround live,
with all the best stories.
Let's start with some rugby, and England thrashed Scotland 61-21
last night to win the Six Nations trophy with a game to spare,
and they've only gone and equalled New Zealand's world record
of 18 wins in a row.
Scotland didn't really challenge the home side at Twickenham.
Jonathan Joseph was England's star player, scoring three tries.
Anthony Watson, Billy Vunipola and Danny Care also got
themselves on the scoreboard.
Here they are lifting the Culcutta Cup.
England coach Eddie Jones thinks his team could get even better.
I've got good players.
They've now got a mindset of wanting to be the best in the world,
they want to keep improving, and if we keep with that mindset
and keep working hard we will be the best in the world.
Also hoping to be the best last night were Lincoln City,
but the non-league side's FA Cup dream is over after losing
to Arsenal in the quarterfinals.
Lincoln held their own against the Premier League stars
for much of the first half, with Nathan Arnold
coming close to scoring.
But Theo Walcott put the Gunners ahead just before half-time.
There were four more goals, including this Lincoln own goal,
taking the final score to 5-0.
Despite the result Lincoln fans told us they're proud of their team.
My favourite part of today was having a few shots
on goal and just waiting, watching them play great
football against Arsenal.
Lincoln tried hard and had a few chances but they didn't,
they didn't take them, but they still did well.
My favourite part of today was just the fans all chanting
and joining in, it was great atmosphere for the Lincoln fans.
It is just amazing to be here and I've never been here before
and I support Arsenal as well as Lincoln.
Yeah, I've enjoyed myself.
Even though we lost 5-0, but it was expected really.
This stadium to Lincoln's is massive.
My favourite part the day was the start to finish,
the way we woke up, kept going, singing all day.
Nothing put us down.
Come on, Lincoln!
A giant sea turtle called Jolly has been returned
to the wild after having a partial flipper amputation.
The 330lb turtle was hurt when she got
tangled in crab trap lines.
But, after vets treated her, she made a full recovery
and was released back into the sea just in time for her to lay eggs.
That's all from me, I'm back with more of the day's top
stories at about 12.20pm.
Have a great morning!