We saw some cracking tries and it’s now time for you to vote for your Women’s Six Nations Try of the Round.
A – Beibhinn Parsons (Wales v IRELAND)
Beibhinn Parsons has been described as Ireland’s new superstar and she demonstrated why with an excellent try against Wales.
The winger received the ball ten metres inside her own half and then took off, beating Lisa Neumann for pace and bulldozing through full-back Robyn Wilkins before sprinting clear for the try line.
It sparked an excellent Ireland performance.
B – Harriet Millar-Mills (Italy v ENGLAND)
Millar-Mills had the relatively simple job of dotting the ball down but this try was all about the excellent England build-up.
The visitors were chipping away at the Italy defence just outside the 22 when Megan Jones drifted across the pitch and passed to Emily Scarratt, who ran back inside and passed to Alex Matthews.
In space, the flanker made excellent ground to the five-metre line and then had the wherewithal to offload to Millar-Mills to score.
C – Eimear Considine (Wales v IRELAND)
Ireland were quick out of the blocks in Cardiff and already had three tries by the time Considine waltzed through in the 18th minute.
The full-back took the ball just inside her own half but, in little space, it looked like there was nothing on.
However, she broke through the Wales line by shrugging off two tackles, overpowered Robyn Wilkins with a firm hand-off and slalomed through to score a memorable try.
D – Abby Dow (Italy v ENGLAND)
England scored two first-half tries but Italy dominated the ball and frustrated the defending champions.
However, the Red Roses were excellent after the break and Dow helped herself to two tries – including one moment of magic.
With the ball in their own half, England moved it through the hands from right to left and No.8 Poppy Cleall passed to winger Dow on halfway.
Dow then put her foot down to sprint past full-back Manuela Furlan and jink past Elisa Giordano on her way to the line.