With the 2022 Championship done and dusted following a blockbuster Super Saturday, the time has come for you to decide your Guinness Six Nations Player of Round 5.
The final weekend of the 2022 Championship saw Italy stun Wales in Cardiff before Ireland overcame Scotland and France beat England to complete the Grand Slam.
All three games produced some standout individual displays and now it’s down to you to decide who was the Player of the Round from the four nominees on our shortlist.
Ange Capuozzo (Italy)
The new star man for Italy followed up a sensational double on his debut last weekend with a match-winning intervention, as the visitors stunned Wales to win 22-21 in Cardiff.
Wales looked set for victory as the clock ticked towards the final whistle, only for Ange Capuozzo to collect the ball in his own half before going on a scything run through the red shirts.
The 22-year-old full-back finished the game with 126 metres from 12 carries, with only Monty Ioane covering more ground with the ball, in a display that will go down in history.
Dan Sheehan (Ireland)
Ireland claimed their fourth win of the Championship with a 26-5 success over Scotland in Dublin as Dan Sheehan continued his fine form with yet another impressive showing.
Named Guinness Six Nations Player of the Match, Sheehan scored the opening try for the men in green as they went into the half-time break with a 14-5 advantage at the Aviva Stadium.
He finished the game with the most carries of anyone on the pitch (14) while he also contributed a big shift in defence, making 11 tackles to conclude a superb debut Championship.
Antoine Dupont (France)
Living up to his billing at the World Rugby Player of the Year once again, Antoine Dupont delivered when it matter for France as he led them to a first Grand Slam since 2010.
The scrum-half scored the all-important try in the second half just as England were threatening to come back into the contest, running a brilliant support line to benefit from Gregory Alldritt’s offload.
He finished the game with seven carries and 51 metres made while he also made the most tackles (15) of anyone in blue, ensuring Les Bleus completed the clean sweep in style.
Gael Fickou (France)
While his captain will take most of the headlines, Gael Fickou was brilliant in Paris.
The centre scored the vital opening try, collecting Romain Ntamack’s long pass after a favourable bounce and going over in the corner much to the delight of the Stade de France.
He also produced two crucial turnovers in a mesmerising all-round display. It capped off what has been a superb Championship for the midfielder.