We’ve decided to give everybody a little review of the third round of the 2022 Six Nations by deciding who has been each home nations best and worst player this weekend.
- Best: Rory Darge (The Offside Line 8/10) – “A star is born. Tremendous contribution at the breakdown, both side of the ball – carried aggressively throughout – and ran a great angle for his try. Ploughed a lonely furrow.”
- Worst: Finn Russell (Rugby Pass 5/10) – “An erratic display, not for the first time. His aimless kick allowed Dupont space for the opening French try. A dropped ball as Scotland attack and bounced by Danty in the build-up to the visitors’ third score. On the back foot for the second half and hooked after an hour.”
- Best: Damian Penaud (Rugby Pass 9/10) – “Played his part in creating tries for Moefana and Danty. Posed the home side plenty of defensive questions throughout and earned his reward by strolling over for France’s fifth and sixth tries.”
- Worst: Melvyn Jaminet (Rugby Pass 6/10) – “Set the tone for an up-and-down game when he missed an absolute sitter from in front of the posts”