Win a Watch: Tissot Super Saturday Top Moment

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Vote for your Tissot Super Saturday Top Moment for your chance to win a watch.

Vote for your Tissot Super Saturday Top Moment for your chance to win a watch.

Once again the climax of Rugby’s Greatest Championship provided a fitting finale to one of the most unique Guinness Six Nations in history as England emerged triumphant.

Eddie Jones’ men defeated Italy in Rome to take the title on points difference ahead of France, who concluded this year’s Championship with an entertaining bonus-point victory over Ireland.

Scotland also finished the 2020 edition on a high as they defeated last year’s Grand Slam champions Wales in their own backyard for the first time in 18 years.

But while the dust has now settled on another enthralling Championship, the time has come to vote for your TISSOT Top Moment from the final round of fixtures – and the decision is not easy.

Enter the competition by selecting your favourite moment from the shortlist below and you could win a TISSOT watch.

Stuart McInally try

We start with the opening game of Super Saturday, which saw Scotland secure their third consecutive win of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations with a 14-10 triumph over Wales.

There was little to separate the two teams at the break as the visitors trailed 7-6 in Llanelli but the game-changing moment arrived on the hour mark as Scotland surged ahead.

Wales’ stubborn rearguard was finally breached when Stuart McInally’s lineout turned into a rolling maul and Scotland’s forwards drove the hosts all the way back to the tryline.

The ball was returned to McInally at the back of the maul and the replacement hooker successfully completed the driving move by crashing down over the whitewash for the decisive score.

Ben Youngs opener

It was a weekend to remember for Ben Youngs who became only the second ever senior England men’s player to reach 100 caps against Italy at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

And the scrum-half marked the occasion in style by scoring a brace of tries as he delivered a man-of-the-match display to guide the Red Rose to a 34-5 bonus-point victory.

While his second effort showed his individual class with a signature snipe move, it is his first try that has earned its place on the shortlist after getting England off to a dream start.

Owen Farrell played an integral role, darting through a gap in the Italian midfield before Youngs showed his attacking instinct with a fine supporting run to receive the ball and dot down.

Virimi Vakatawa score

France had to settle for second place in this year’s Championship in the end despite scoring five tries against Ireland in an impressive 35-27 bonus-point triumph in Paris.

But while the margin of victory was not quite enough to see Fabien Galthie’s young and exciting side overtake England at the top of the standings, Les Bleus still had plenty to shout about.

The attacking play from the hosts was on another level at times during the game at the Stade de France, with the pick of their tries coming from a magical second-half move.

Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack combined before the fly-half chipped the ball over the Ireland defence and collected to put Virimi Vakatawa in for a quite brilliant try.