Vote for the TikTok Women’s Six Nations Player of Round 4

The time has come once again for you to vote for your TikTok Women’s Six Nations Player of the Round after Round 4 delivered victories for England, France and Italy.

The time has come once again for you to vote for your TikTok Women’s Six Nations Player of the Round after Round 4 delivered victories for England, France and Italy.

The TikTok Women’s Six Nations is going down to the wire after three cracking games in Round 4 which featured a number of standout performances.

The Red Roses ran in 11 tries to beat Ireland 69-0 on Sunday and Simon Middleton’s defending champions will head to France on Super Saturday for a Grand Slam decider.

Les Bleues maintained their own perfect record with a 33-5 win over Wales under the Friday night lights, while there was also a first win of the 2022 Championship for Italy after they battled to a 20-13 triumph over Scotland in Parma.

And with another round in the rearview mirror, now you must decide who delivered the best individual performance by picking your favourite from the nominees below.

Laure Sanus (France)

Laure Sansus underlined her status as one of the Championship’s standout performers after in France’s 33-5 win in Wales.

The France scrum-half scored two tries, taking her tally for the Championship to six, and set up another as Les Bleues made it four wins from four.

Sansus needed just eight minutes to make the breakthrough, feeding off a lovely offload in the build-up from half-back partner Jessy Trémoulière before beating a couple of tacklers to go under the posts.

After Caroline Boujard had crossed for France’s second, Sansus was again heavily involved for try number three, popping up in support for Chloé Jacquet before exchanging passes to send the full-back in.

It was Sansus’ quick-thinking that brought up the bonus point inside half an hour, pouncing on a loose ball out of a scrum to dart over.

Michela Sillari (Italy)

The outside centre produced a flawless performance from the tee, kicking ten of her side’s 20 points without missing a single kick.

In tough conditions in Parma, Sillari kicked two penalties and two conversions as the hosts fought back bravely after trailing Scotland by seven points at the break.

The 29-year-old has been one of Italy’s most consistent performers since coming back into the team in the Round 2 defeat to France, but it is the first time this year she was rewarded with a win for her efforts as Italy leapfrogged Scotland to move into fifth place in the Championship.

Marlie Packer (England)

Flanker Marlie Packer was at the centre of England’s 69-0 win over Ireland that teed up a tremendous Grand Slam decider.

The heart of an England side that started off slow, Packer’s early second-half try sparked some free-flowing scoring from the undefeated defending champions who picked up their fourth successive bonus-point victory in this year’s Championship.

The back row was impressive throughout the full 80 minutes to help drive the team forwards at Mattioli Woods Welford Road, Simon Middleton’s side showing their full potential in the second 40 minutes after being frustrated by Ireland in the first half.

Packer was tremendous on both sides of the ball and will look to help the Red Roses complete the job in Round 5.

Emily Scarratt (England)

Centre Emily Scarratt celebrated her 100th cap in the win over Ireland and in typical style delivered yet another classy and assured display.

Undeterred by missing a couple of early kicks, Scarratt slotted five conversions to earn her a ten-point haul in the 69-0 triumph.

The vocal crowd got behind the local girl at Mattioli Woods Welford Road and she repaid them with some typically dangerous running, making 11 carries.

Scarratt stood up in defence too, making 100% of her tackles when Ireland threatened the Red Roses defence.