Vote tor the TikTok Women’s Six Nations Try of Round 4

The TikTok Women’s Six Nations Round 4 provided plenty of drama across three days and set up a mouth-watering Grand Slam decider.

The TikTok Women’s Six Nations Round 4 provided plenty of drama across three days and set up a mouth-watering Grand Slam decider.

England will take on France in Bayonne with the Championship on the line after the Red Roses ran in 11 tries to beat Ireland and Les Bleues triumphed over Wales on Friday night.

Italy won their first game of the 2022 Championship after edging Scotland 20-13 in a nervy thriller in Parma on Saturday night.

There were plenty of stunning scores across the weekend but we have managed to whittle it down to just four tries, and now it’s up to you – the fans – to take your pick below.

Laure Sansus (first try) FRANCE v Wales

Laure Sansus has been one of the outstanding stars of the 2022 Championship and the France scrum-half continued her fine form in the 33-5 win over Wales.

Sanus bagged another try double but the first, which got her side up and running, was a classic No.9 score.

Starting the move by passing the ball out from the back of the maul, Sansus tracked the play and received it back before stepping brilliantly off her right foot and evading the despairing tackle attempts from Wales.

Sansus then had to be at full stretch to down for the score inside nine minutes before jumping up to celebrate with her teammates.

Chloé Jacquet FRANCE v Wales

Chloé Jacquet started and finished a superb score that began inside France’s own half and helped Les Bleues get the better of Wales.

Jacquet fielded a kick just in front of her own 10-metre line before offloading inside to the omnipresent Laure Sansus and the scrum-half gave it back to her with a gorgeous no-look pass.

Jacquet did the rest after cutting inside and galloping home at some speed past the Wales defence, her blistering speed taking her to the line untouched.

Lydia Thompson (first try) ENGLAND v Ireland

Lydia Thompson bagged a try double in England’s 69-0 win over Ireland, but it was her first score that particularly caught the eye.

The Red Roses shifted the ball out wide on the right with Helena Rowland – in her first start at full-back – running a beautiful outside arc before floating a glorious pass off her left hand out to Thompson on her wing.

Thompson collected and had the pace to steam into the corner to put the finish on a terrific score.

Ellie Kildunne (second try) ENGLAND v Ireland

Ellie Kildunne jinked her way over the line on the left wing for her first score before picking up the ball on the right-hand side for a fantastic second.

The ball was fed through the hands before Kildunne put on a hitch kick and darted towards the line.

Despite the attention of two Ireland defenders, she somehow managed to stretch out an arm to dot down for a delightful score.