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Six Nations 2019: The home nations best and worst players from Round 5

We’ve decided to see who was every teams best player and maybe more controversially their worst as Wales on the Grand Slam:


WALES:

BEST PERFORMER: Alun Wyn Jones – For him, the battle is the pleasure. An absolute warrior, he hurt his left knee after 10 minutes but gamely played on, making a mark with powerful carries and defiant carrying.  An inspiration who must surely be favourite to be named player of the tournament.

WORST PERFORMER: Josh Adams – Gave away a cheap penalty by needlessly tripping Keith Earls. A very quiet game but he’s had a fine tournament.

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