Tries were not in short supply in Round 2 of the TikTok Women’s Six Nations and now it’s time for you to select your favourite from the weekend’s high-octane action.
France ran in six scores as they defeated Ireland 40-5 in Toulouse in the opening game of the round before Wales picked up another bonus-point win, beating Scotland 24-19 in Cardiff.
Defending champions England wrapped up the drama in Parma, scoring 12 tries in all as they registered a 20th successive Test win with a 74-0 triumph over Italy.
We have shortlisted four of the best efforts from Round 2 below and you can have your say by selecting your TikTok Women’s Six Nations Try of the Round winner.
Mélissande Llorens – (FRANCE v Ireland)
France laid down a marker against Ireland at the Stade Ernest-Wallon in Saturday’s opener and it was teenager Mélissande Llorens who opened the hosts’ account in style.
The Les Bleues scrum was causing the visitors all sorts of problems and after one such set-piece in the 12th minute, the home side pounced with a breathtakingly quick offloading move.
Scrum-half Laure Sansus set off from the scrum before finding Caroline Drouin as the ball was spread wide to Llorens, who beat Eimear Considine to get over in the corner.
Ffion Lewis – (WALES v Scotland)
Wales completed another thrilling second-half recovery in Cardiff, fighting back from 19-7 down to defeat Scotland 24-19 and it was Ffion Lewis who touched down the winning score.
Lewis was instrumental from the beginning, providing quick ball from the breakdown just inside Wales’ own half before Alisha Butchers found a hole in the defence.
Last weekend’s Player of the Round stormed towards the tryline before offloading to Lewis on her inside, with the replacement scrum-half racing over to seal a sensational win.
Rhona Lloyd – (Wales v SCOTLAND)
The score was tied at 7-7 with half an hour played when Rhona Lloyd pounced on a speculative kick from Jenny Maxwell for the first of her two tries to put Scotland ahead.
Scotland had gone through 23 phases as the visitors built up pressure at Cardiff Arms Park before Maxwell took a chance and chipped a clever kick into the Welsh goal area.
The ball bounced over the heads of Jasmine Joyce and Kayleigh Powell and fell perfectly for Lloyd, who couldn’t believe her luck as she collected and dotted down.
Sarah Bern – (Italy v ENGLAND)
Talk about making an impact off the bench. England were already 41-0 up when Sarah Bern produced a moment of magic just 30 seconds after being introduced.
Natasha Hunt was the creator, making a superb break after collecting an overthrown Italy lineout before offloading to Bern with the prop receiving the ball around halfway.
From there, the 24-year-old showed an extraordinary turn of pace to leave a trail of Italian defenders in her wake, handing off a couple of tacklers to crash over in style.