The biggest risers and fallers after Round 3 in Guinness Six Nations Fantasy Rugby

Michael Lowry runs in to score his sides third try
The 2022 Guinness Six Nations passed the halfway mark last weekend and there have been more risers and fallers in the world of Fantasy Rugby.

The 2022 Guinness Six Nations passed the halfway mark last weekend and there have been more risers and fallers in the world of Fantasy Rugby.

Values rise and fall depending on players’ performances on the pitch, and Round 3 saw some more changes after another exciting weekend of matches.

Changes for Round 4 must be made before 8pm March 11, so there’s plenty of time to ponder your choices and maximise those points.


Michael Lowry (7.8 – 11.3 stars)

Two tries on debut against Italy for Michael Lowry has seen his price rocket up by 3.5 stars.

At just 11.3 stars, Lowry will certainly represent good value if he starts against England in Round 4 after showing what we can do against the Azzurri.

With burning pace and lightning-quick feet, he is sure to be a popular choice.

James Lowe (12 – 15.5 stars)

Lowry’s fellow back James Lowe also grabbed himself two tries and has seen his value go up accordingly.

Lowe impressed at the Aviva Stadium and will certainly be pushing for a second start of the Championship in Round 4 after starting his campaign late due to a hamstring injury.

Yoram Moefana (9.5 to 11.7 stars)

Moefana earned 63.5 points from centre as France beat Scotland 36-17, with the 21-year-old scoring a crucial try in the first half.

Moefana faces stiff competition in a strong France side, but he would be very good value if he is selected to start against Wales in Round 4.

Rory Darge (7.9 to 10 stars)

Scotland may have been defeated by France but Rory Darge was a highlight for Gregor Townsend’s men, with the young hooker putting in an impressive performance.

Darge capped it with a try in the first half and his value has gone up by 2.1 stars accordingly.

Alex Dombrandt (14.3 to 16.4 stars)

The Harlequins man got the nod for England against Wales and impressed the Twickenham crowd.

Dombrandt was tenacious as ever to be first to an overthrown lineout and dive over the line to score England’s only try.

Alex Cuthbert (12.8 to 15.1 stars)

Cuthbert was the standout performer for Wales, who fell just short at Twickenham despite a spirited comeback.

The Ospreys back was a real threat from the wing throughout the game and his performance has seen his price rise by 2.3 stars ahead of Wales’ game against France.


Monty Ioane (15.4 – 13.6 stars)

After seeing his value rise in Round 2, Ioane’s price has fallen considerably after Italy’s tough afternoon against Ireland in Round 3.

Darcy Graham (15.2 – 13.9 stars)

Scotland went down 36-17 to France in Round 3 with Fabien Galthié’s side eventually too much for their hosts. It gave little opportunity for the likes of Graham who has seen his price fall as a result.

Finn Russell (16.2 – 15.2 stars)

Similar to Graham, Russell’s price has fallen after defeat to France, with Antoine Dupont and Melvyn Jaminet running the game rather than Russell and Ali Price.

Elliot Daly (15.1 – 14.3 stars)

Versatile back Daly scored well in Round 2 with 52.78 points thanks to a try against Italy but failed to rack up the points against Wales.

Liam Williams (16.2 – 15.6 stars)

Wales struggled to find any way through the England defence in the first half and their task wasn’t aided by Liam Williams’ yellow card for stopping the ball being played on the floor.

Kyle Sinckler (15.1 – 14.4 stars)

Sinckler scored well in Round 2 and is perhaps a victim of his own success to see his price fall despite a solid performance in England’s front row.