Former Scotland hooker Stuart McInally tells us who impressed him and why in round one of the Guinness Men's Six Nations.

1 Pierre Schoeman (SCO) – A typically busy, physical performance from the Scottish loosehead topped off with an important try. Looks leaner but could just be the new haircut.

2 George Turner (SCO) – Nailed his darts and was prominent in defence with some huge collisions at key times. Living up to his nickname of ‘Beast’.

3 Uini Antonio (FRA) – Dominant in the set piece and some big defensive contributions. A standout for France during a tough outing for the national team.

4 Joe McCarthy (IRE) – It took me a good 15 caps to get up to the speed and physicality of Six Nations rugby. I think it took Joe McCarthy 15 seconds. A revelation for Irish rugby and will be a mainstay of their pack for years to come. Huge future ahead of the young man

5 Tadhg Beirne (IRE) – Dominant figure in the lineout on both sides of the ball. Topped off a fantastic display with a lovely line and try to keep the scoreboard moving.

6 Ethan Roots (ENG) – A physical presence in the English team who consistently gave them impetus. Always nice to pick up Man of the Match on your debut. (I certainly didn’t!)

7 Michele Lamaro (ITA) – Always been a fan of Lamaro. Hugely important to this Italian team and was everywhere. Reffell also a standout for Wales.

8 Aaron Wainwright (WAL) – Go-forward and momentum is everything in Test rugby and Wainwright provided his team with just that when they needed it the most. He wanted five more minutes. I didn’t...

9 Jamison Gibson-Park (IRE) – Continues to be the beating heart of this Irish team. A clever and classy display. Took his early try well with a lovely inside support line

10 Finn Russell (SCO) – First-class display from Finn. Created two tries for Duhan van der Merwe, kicked and led well. Enjoyed his post-match honesty too.

11 Duhan van der Merwe (SCO) – Busy performance with two well-taken tries. Nice to see him playing with a smile on his face - this is when we see Duhi at his best.

12 Sione Tuipolotu (SCO) – Reliable for go-forward as well as deft hands to Russell when it's on to play wide. Key figure for this Scottish side.

13 Robbie Henshaw (IRE) – Much was made about the absence of Garry Ringrose, but Henshaw stepped up well and played a key role in the Irish domination in Marseille.

14 Tommy Freeman (ENG) – Looked a threat every time he had the ball. Lovely line and offload for England’s first try

15 Hugo Keenan (IRE) - What more can you say about him, other than that he was the standout fullback by a country mile from the weekend? Big fan.

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