Round Four of the Guinness Six Nations gave us incredible tries, solo masterclasses, tightly-fought battles and statement victories.
The fight for the title is at fever pitch as we approach the final round of the Championships, and rugby fans once again enjoyed all the action on TikTok.
Here are TikTok’s ‘Top Picks’ from Round Four of the Championships – a selection of trending videos which capture the spirit of the Guinness Six Nations and showcase the creativity of the TikTok community.
A day out at Murrayfield with TikTok’s @therugbyguy
TikTok creator @therugbyguy takes us behind-the-scenes of his trip to Murrayfield, complete with fancy dress, bagpipes, anthems, a pitch inspection, a special wave from Stuart Hogg and, of course, challenging fans with his signature ‘let the goose loose’ move.
Greenwood’s verdict on England
TikTok creator and Rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood (aka @rugbymates) shares his reaction to England’s humbling defeat to France at Twickenham – a result he definitely didn’t see coming! He also reflects on how England can pick themselves up ahead of a crucial clash with Ireland on Saturday.
It’s Antoine Dupont’s world, we’re just living in it
It seems the TikTok community has clocked @sixnationsrugby’s fondness of posting content showing French scrum-half Antoine Dupont’s rugby wizardry, and we’re here for Six Nations Rugby’s tongue-in-cheek reaction. Its video plays on the popular ‘Make Your Own Kind of Music’ TikTok trend which sees people incorporating a famous scene from the film The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent to share their funny disagreements with a friend or loved one.
Ireland rain on Scotland’s parade
This funny skit from TikTok creator Jemma aka @theproplife sums up how Ireland dashed Scotland’s grand slam hopes at Murrayfield this weekend. She plays two characters – a Scotland fan and an Ireland fan – and uses a popular TikTok sound to bring the sketch to life.
A view from the top
Scottish Rugby @scottishrugby shows us the incredible view from the top of Murrayfield as the pipers play out their rendition of “Flower of Scotland”.
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