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French flair or big air: Choose your favourite try of the Six Nations weekend

We couldn’t make room for any of Ireland’s four scores in Rome.

THE CHAMPIONSHIP IS creeping towards its 50th try after a telling third round of fixtures.

Choose your favourite of the weekend from the chronological list below or let us know the glaring omission.

Romain Ntamack (v Scotland)

The out-half plants the ball down, but this is all about the from the bleu by Thomas Ramos.

Source: Guinness Six Nations/YouTube

Yoann Huget (v Scotland)

Front rows offloading in the 22, electric wingers bursting into open field, Basta’ chipping delicately over the top! This is France at their best.

Source: Guinness Six Nations/YouTube

Ali Price (v France)

A try of no great significance as it came before France’s big late push for a bonus point, but a reminder of how incisive the Scotland attack can be. 

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Josh Adams (v England)

Treat yourself by turning the volume up for the beautiful crowd noise that soundtracks Dan Biggar’s sublime cross-field kick to meet Adams’ awesome leap above Elliot Daly.

Source: Guinness Six Nations/YouTube

Edoardo Padovani (v Ireland)

Ireland opened the door for Italy in Rome, but the Azzurri still had to unleash some vicious attacking intent to barge through it.

Source: Guinness Six Nations/YouTube

Luca Morisi (v Ireland)

The more shambolic of tries from Ireland’s point of view, but glorious chaos for the neutral.

Source: Guinness Six Nations/YouTube

Choose your try of Six Nations round three:


Poll Results:

Josh Adams (554)
Romain Ntamack (271)
Yoann Huget (165)
Luca Morisi (63)
Edoardo Padovani (52)
Ali Price (30)






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