Vote for your 2022 Guinness Six Nations Try of Round 2

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With Round 2 of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations now in the books, the time has come to vote for your Try of the Round after victories for Wales, France and England.

With Round 2 of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations now in the books, the time has come to vote for your Try of the Round after victories for Wales, France and England.

Defending champions Wales provided the perfect response to their opening weekend disappointment with a hard-fought 20-17 victory over Scotland in Cardiff.

That was followed by a blockbuster collision in Paris, where France maintained their perfect start to this year’s Championship with a thrilling 30-24 triumph over Ireland.

And England rounded off the weekend by notching their first win of the campaign, bouncing back from their Calcutta Cup defeat with an entertaining victory over Italy in Rome.

There were plenty of superb scores in all three games but we have narrowed the list down to four. Now it’s time for you to decide which is worthy of being Guinness Six Nations Try of Round 2.


It may have ultimately come in a losing cause but Darcy Graham’s try for Scotland was nothing short of sensational as Gregor Townsend’s men showed their attacking class.

Duhan van der Merwe launched the move with a break down the left-hand side after Ali Price set him free before a series of phases piled the pressure on the Wales defence.

Price and Sione Tuipulotu combined to find Finn Russell, who threw a sublime pass to Graham and after a quick jink inside, the winger beat Louis Rees-Zammit to dive over in the corner.


Ireland may have gone down 30-24 to Les Bleus in a Championship thriller in Paris but Mack Hansen stunned the Stade de France with a remarkable try straight from a restart.

Joey Carbery launched the kick-off high into the air and the winger – Guinness Six Nations Player of the Match on debut against Wales in Round 1 – set off in pursuit.

With Melvyn Jaminet and Damian Penaud failing to communicate, indecision in the French ranks allowed Hansen to leap above the full-back, claim the ball on the 22 and run in for a scarcely-believable try in the corner.


In what was billed as a potential title-decider in Paris, France flew out of the blocks as skipper Antoine Dupont crossed for the opening try of the game after just 67 seconds.

From quick lineout ball, the patented French offloading game came into full effect before Uini Atonio carried hard over the gainline to give the home side front foot ball.

Dupont then fed Romain Ntamack, who produced a great show and go to make a half-break before passing back inside to his scrum-half for the run-in.


England scored five tries in Rome as Eddie Jones’ men put their Calcutta Cup defeat on the opening weekend behind them with a comfortable 33-0 victory over Italy.

The best of the scores came just before the interval as Jamie George bagged his second of the game following a slick team move that started with breaks from Max Malins and Freddie Steward.

With the visitors into the Italian 22, Joe Marchant took over scrum-half duties and got quick ball to Marcus Smith who delayed his pass perfectly to find Ellis Genge before the prop produced a superb looping pass to front-row teammate George to finish in the corner.