It was a busy few days of non-stop rugby action, but which 15 players make our team of the weekend?
Fullback: Telusa Veainu (Leicester Tigers)
The attacking brilliance of the Tongan was there for all to see as he touched down against Wasps. He definitely didn’t deserve to be on the losing side.
— Leicester Tigers (@LeicesterTigers) May 20, 2017
Wing: Jack Nowell (Exeter Chiefs)
— James Walter (@thejrw1) May 20, 2017
— British&Irish Lions (@lionsofficial) May 21, 2017
Centre: Frances Saili (Munster)
The centre, who was named the man of the match in his final appearance at Thomond Park, darted over for the opening try in the 26th minute to help his side to the Guinness Pro 12 final.
Centre: Jimmy Gopperth (Wasps)
Jimmy Gopperth once again proved why he was the king in this season’s awards ceremonies with another influential performance. He’s quickly become a fan favourite at the Ricoh Arena!
— Citizen Watch UK (@citizen_watch) May 22, 2017
Wing: Josh Bassett (Wasps)
— InfernoProTV (@InfernoProTV) May 20, 2017
Fly-half: Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs)
Saracen’s Mark McCall described Henry Slade’s match-swinging nudge as “one of the great kicks of all time”.
— ruggr 🏉 (@ruggrapp) May 21, 2017
Scrum-half: Nic Groom (Northampton)
Prop: David Kilcoyne (Munster)
Hooker: Thomas Youngs (Leicester Tigers)
Prop: Samson Lee (Scarlets)
Watching the game back I thought Samson Lee was outstanding. Scrummaged really strongly with less men behind him. Also did well in loose
— Steffan Thomas (@Steffan_Thomas1) May 20, 2017
Samson Lee and Rob Evans were immense too, up against Lions and did a proper job, probably outplayed them easy
— Kieran Fardoe (@KieranFardoe) May 19, 2017
Lock: Joe Launchbury (Wasps)
The Wasps captain takes a deserved place in our team of the week. He may not be in the Lions squad but the way he’s playing, Eddie Jones will be thrilled to have him in Argentina.
Lock: Courtney Lawes (Northampton)
— adidas Rugby (@adidasrugby) May 21, 2017
Flanker: Schalk Burger (Saracens)
Match Action | Schalk Burger rises to secure the ball for Sarries pic.twitter.com/4XoadE80pR
— Saracens Rugby Club (@Saracens) May 20, 2017
Flanker: James Davies (Scarlets)
The flanker almost broke social media with his head-turning man-of-the-match performance and the fact that he’s been left out by Wales for their summer tour.
Scarlets boss tells Wales management what we’ve all known about James Davies. https://t.co/CT7y7rT77r
— WalesOnline Rugby (@WalesRugby) May 20, 2017
Number 8: Thomas Waldrom (Exeter Chiefs)
— Thomas waldrom (@Toottankwaldrom) May 20, 2017