We’ve decided to give everybody a little review of the second round of Autumn Nations Series by deciding who has been each home nations best and worst player this weekend.
Yes, our choices are bound to spark debate in places. That’s half the joy, though… right?
Disclaimers aside, though, you can check out our choices for every home nations down below and decide whether we’ve made the right calls or not:
BEST PLAYER: Jack Conan – “In a game where Sexton was excellent on his 100th appearance and Conway scored a hat-trick, it says a lot that Conan was the Man of the Match. Carried relentlessly with nearly 100 metres off 15 runs, he was constantly an option for offloads. A complete performance.” – RTE
WORST PLAYER: James Ryan – Despite the Irish being convincing 60-5 winners against Japan, the second-row was probably his sides underperformer as he made very few carries and cost his side two turnovers. Iain Henderson made more impact on the game as a replacement, which shows just how much quieter Ryan was than usual. – RUCK