We’re just over midway point of the 2022 Six Nations, meaning now is a good time to reflect on the first half of the campaign and dish out some grades.
From teams starting fast and floundering to others building momentum slowly, it has been a crazy first half of the 2022 Six Nations.
Riveting? Yes. Fun? Absolutely. Predictable? Anything but.
#6. Italy – E
An awful tournament so far with captain Michele Lamaro’s leadership and performances being the only reason they didn’t get an F.
#5. Scotland – D
A very poor year so far for the Scots. Despite a positive Autumn and a stuttering win against England in round one, Gregor Townsend’s side are struggling to play their usually attractive brand of rugby with senior players Finn Russell and Stuart Hogg underperforming while Jonny Gray and Jamie Ritchie are out injured. With Italy still to come, could they go from contenders to the wooden spoon? It’s Scotland so you never know.