Who will you vote as your Player of the Round following a memorable weekend of Guinness Men's Six Nations rugby?

Juan Ignacio Brex was at the heart of some crucial moments that drove Italy to an historic win against Scotland, the outside centre excelling in both attack and defence against a Scottish backline that has at times set the Championship alight in 2024.

In fact, the Italian midfield functioned so well on Saturday that Brex's centre partner Tommaso Menoncello is also up for the round four accolade. One of the most exciting young players in the game, 21-year-old Menoncello's performance appeared that of a far more experienced player.

History making for Italy, but equally, a vision of the Azzurri's bright future.

Ben Earl was praised by Sam Warburton for being a genuinely world-class player, and would anybody dispute that assertion? Back rower Earl took the game early on to a highly-fancied Ireland team - and never looked back. His emotional post-match interview said everything you needed to know about what drives the always-impressive Saracen.

In Cardiff, after weeks of clamour for the return of Antoine Dupont, up stepped scrum-half Nolann Le Garrec to prove there is life beyond one of the best players the game has seen. The 21-year-old's audacity in the Welsh cauldron was summed up not by his try, but by a 40-metre reverse pass.

So who gets your vote?