Vote for your Tissot Round 5 Top Moment

Super Saturday certainly lived up to its name, with 20 tries scored and more drama than most of us could take in a thrilling Round 5 of the Guinness Six Nations.

Super Saturday certainly lived up to its name, with 20 tries scored and more drama than most of us could take in a thrilling Round 5 of the Guinness Six Nations.

Wales were so close to winning the Grand Slam but Brice Dulin’s last-gasp try dashed those dreams to keep France in with a shout of becoming champions.

Their re-arranged Round 3 game with Scotland will decide the title after Les Bleus’ 32-30 win but Gregor Townsend’s side will travel to Paris in red-hot form after their 52-10 victory against Italy.

The hosts scored eight tries at BT Murrayfield and can still finish second, which would be their best finish since they were last champions in 1999.

The day’s other game saw Ireland overpower England at the Aviva Stadium in CJ Stander’s last Championship appearance for the Men in Green.

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GAME ONE: Scotland v Italy – Stuart Hogg’s no look pass to set up Scotland 80m try finished off by Huw Jones – time: 27.52

The ten minutes during the sin-binning of Federico Mori proved decisive as Scotland ran in two tries to take the game away from Italy – and the second of those was something to behold.

On the cusp of the half-hour mark, Duhan van der Merwe produced another powerful run down the left from inside his own and found Hogg, who took the ball slightly behind him and improvised brilliantly by flicking the ball inside to Jones.

The centre then darted in unopposed to score, which was exactly what the move deserved.

GAME TWO: Ireland v England – Ireland’s CJ Stander catching up with family on the phone after the game in his final Guinness Six Nations appearance.

Ireland finished their Championship campaign on a high, with a first win against England since 2018, but the game will mostly be remembered as CJ Stander’s Guinness Six Nations farewell.

The No.8 surprised everyone by announcing he will retire from all rugby this summer, bringing the curtain down on a fabulous Test career that has brought 51 Ireland caps, 12 tries and – of course – the 2018 Grand Slam.

Stander was understandably emotional after the game and stayed back to soak it all in on an empty Aviva Stadium pitch, video calling his family to share the special moment.

GAME THREE: France v Wales – France’s injury-time winning try to keep their Championship alive with Wales losing the Grand Slam at the death – time: 81.31

With the clock having ticked beyond 81 minutes, Wales led 30-27 and were seconds away from a Grand Slam, only for Dulin to go over in the corner and completely turn the tables.

It was fitting finale for a thrilling Test match that saw brilliant tries, fatal mistakes and had us on the edge of our seats throughout.

Needing a try to win the game, France safely secured a lineout and took the ball into contact. From there, Baptiste Serin fired the ball to Charles Ollivon, who popped a short pass to Romain Ntamack.

The overlap was now on and Ntamack shifted the ball further left to Gael Fickou, who sucked in one defender and passed to Arthur Vincent to do exactly the same before shipping the ball to Dulin in space on the wing for the simple run-in.

Fundamental rugby skills, perfectly executed under incredible pressure.