Super Saturday delivered an enthralling conclusion to the 2022 TikTok Women’s Six Nations and the time has now come for you to vote for your Try of Round 5.
The final weekend of action started with Italy claiming their second win of the Championship, defeating Wales 10-8 in a tense, closely-fought contest at Cardiff Arms Park.
That was followed by the Grand Slam decider in Bayonne, where England clinched their fourth consecutive Championship title with a 24-12 triumph over France.
Ireland wrapped up the Round 5 drama with another narrow victory in Dublin, edging out Scotland 15-14 to finish their Championship on a high to finish fourth in the standings.
And with the dust settled on the final round, it’s time for you to have your say by voting for your TikTok Women’s Six Nations Try of Round 5 from the four nominees below.
Sara Barattin (Wales v ITALY)
Italy concluded their Championship with back-to-back wins as they followed up Round 4’s success over Scotland with a gutsy 10-8 victory over Wales in Cardiff.
While Michela Sillari’s late penalty provided the winning points, it was legendary Italian scrum-half Sara Barattin who scored her country’s only try in the 32nd minute to help propel them to victory.
Flanker Beatrice Veronese offloaded to Barattin, who did brilliantly to thwart Wales’ defence and touch the ball over the line before Sillari went on to kick the winning points at the death.
Romane Menager (FRANCE v England)
England sealed the 2022 TikTok Women’s Six Nations crown, and another Grand Slam, with a 24-12 victory over France in a frenetic deciding match in Bayonne.
But it was Les Bleues who landed the first blow against the Red Roses, with Romane Menager crashing over inside three minutes to whip up a frenzied crowd in South West France.
Fly-half Zoe Harrison fumbled a kick deep into England’s 22, and Laure Sansus darted for the line from the resulting scrum before eventually finding Menager on a late dart off her shoulder to go under the posts.
Neve Jones (IRELAND v Scotland)
Ireland held their nerve to finish their Championship with a dramatic 15-14 win over Scotland.
Scotland started better and led early on through Evie Gallagher’s try before Neve Jones barrelled over off the back of a powerful rolling maul, only a few minutes before the break.
Enya Breen (IRELAND v Scotland)
Helen Nelson’s boot looked like it would be the difference as Scotland moved into the lead with penalties in the 59th and 62th minute at the Kingspan Stadium.
But Ireland still had time for one more chance and a period of sustained pressure beyond the 80th minute finally ended with Enya Breen’s converted try, giving the hosts a one-point win.
A try of power and precision, Breen crashed over to spark jubilant celebrations.