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Poll: Pick your favourite Six Nations try from these 10

There were plenty of exciting scores during this year’s championship.

THERE WERE SOME breathtaking tries during the 2018 Six Nations championship as Ireland secured a Grand Slam title.

Take a few minutes to look at the ones we have compiled into a shortlist and vote for your favourite one below.

And let us know if you think there were others that merited inclusion.

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Gareth Davies v Scotland

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Johnny May v Wales

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Hugo Bonneval v Italy

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Jacob Stockdale v Wales

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Teddy Thomas v Scotland

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Sean Maitland v England

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Jackob Stockdale v Scotland

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Matteo Minozzi v Scotland

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Elliot Daly v Ireland

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Jacob Stockdale v England

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Which of the above was your favourite, or was there another try that you preferred?


Poll Results:

Jacob Stockdale v England  (2007)
Sean Maitland (252)
Something else (148)
Teddy Thomas (103)
 Jacob Stockdale v Wales (66)
Jacob Stockdale v Scotland (64)
 Hugo Bonneval  (30)
Johnny May (21)
Gareth Davies (18)
 Matteo Minozzi  (18)
Elliot Daly (11)











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