England winger Jonny May has been voted as the Guinness Six Nations Player of Round Two for his performance against France on Sunday.
May follows in the footsteps of Blair Kinghorn in getting the nod, having scored a hat-trick in just half an hour in Le Crunch.
As England ran out 44-8 winners, their biggest win over Les Bleus in more than a century, it was May who got the ball rolling after just 66 seconds.
He was the quickest to react to Elliot Daly’s kick through, dotting down just over the line to give England the perfect start.
And following another break through the middle, Owen Farrell’s wide pass allowed May to get over for his second try on 24 minutes.
He then became the first Englishman to score a hat-trick against France in 95 years on 29 minutes when he raced onto Chris Ashton’s clever grubber through.
May’s performance was not just about his tries though, he also played a key role in another score for Farrell with his kick-chase in the second half, while proving a rock under the high ball once again.
His performance helped England to a second successive bonus-point win, leaving Eddie Jones’ side top of the table after two rounds ahead of their trip to Wales next time out when they will take on the only other unbeaten side in the Championship.