Following a thrilling conclusion to the Championship on Super Saturday, it’s time for you to have your say by voting for your Guinness Six Nations Try of Round 5.
The final weekend of the 2022 Championship saw Italy record a memorable 22-21 win over Wales before Ireland defeated Scotland and France overcame England to win the title.
There were some superb tries scored in all three matches and we’ve shortlisted four of the very best. Now it’s up to you to decide on the best try of the final weekend.
Edoardo Padovani – Wales v ITALY
Italy secured their first Guinness Six Nations victory since 2015 with a stunning last-gasp 22-21 triumph over Wales in Cardiff, in the opening match on Super Saturday.
Wales had looked on course to secure the win thanks to second-half tries from Dewi Lake and Josh Adams, only for Edoardo Padovani to crash over with one minute left on the clock.
But while it was Padovani who finished off the try, it was the work of Ange Capuozzo that made it. The young full-back collected the ball in his own half before breaking the line, beating several tacklers and passing inside for Padovani to go over and secure a dramatic win.
Josh Van der Flier – IRELAND v Scotland
Ireland had to beat Scotland with a bonus point to put the pressure on France in the late game and they did just that as Andy Farrell’s men prevailed 26-5 at the Aviva Stadium.
While the men in green ultimately had to settle for second place, their performance in Dublin ensured they finished on a high as Josh van der Flier scored the pick of the tries.
Ireland moved up the pitch and knocked on the door for 10 minutes before Jamison Gibson-Park’s smart inside ball sent Van der Flier crashing across the line.
Freddie Steward – France v ENGLAND
England were unable to spoil France’s Grand Slam party but the visitors certainly provided the Grand Slam winners a stern test in Paris – especially in the second half.
Having trailed 18-6 at the break, Eddie Jones men got themselves right back into the contest after the break with a superbly worked try scored by Freddie Steward on 47 minutes.
Joe Marchant barrelled through a hole, Marcus Smith and Henry Slade combined to get the ball wide and Steward stepped inside the covering Romain Ntamack to score.
Antoine Dupont – FRANCE v England
Just as England were threatening to derail France’s Grand Slam ambitions, Antoine Dupont rose to the occasion once again to score the try that put the result beyond doubt.
With an hour on the clock, Grégory Alldritt picked and went from a ruck before popping the ball up for Dupont, with the captain running one of his now trademark support lines.
Once the ball was in his hands, no one was going to stop him. Not Jamie George, who laid a hand on him, nor Ben Youngs who did the same. Dupont shrugged them off before racing away.