Will Greenwood names his Six Nations team of the week for Round 2 - Ruck

Will Greenwood names his Six Nations team of the week for Round 2

Renowned England centre Will Greenwood has revealed his picks for the Six Nations team of the week following the second round.

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Starting off, Scotland faced heartbreak as an inconclusive last-minute try review dashed their hopes, allowing France to clinch a tense 20-16 victory at Murrayfield.

Next, England rallied yet again from a halftime deficit to narrowly overcome a determined and energetic Wales team at Twickenham.

Lastly, on Sunday, Ireland continued their pursuit of back-to-back Six Nations Grand Slams with a solid, albeit occasionally messy, bonus-point triumph over Italy in Dublin.

The 2003 Rugby World Cup-winner once again selected his team on TikTok.

Will Greenwood’s Six Nations Team Of The Week:

15. Freddie Steward (England)

14. Louis Bielle-Biarrey (France)

13. Gael Fickou (France)

12. Stuart McCloskey (Ireland)

11. James Lowe (Ireland)

10. Jack Crowley (Ireland)

9. Ben White (Scotland )

1. Cryill Baille (France)

2. Dan Sheehan (Ireland)

3. Finlay Bealham (France)

4. Maro Itoje (England)

5. Joe McCarthy (Ireland)

6. Ryan Baird (Ireland)

7. Tommy Reffell (Wales)

8. Ben Earl (England)

“0/10” – Five players who underperformed in the 2024 Six Nations this weekend

Below, we look at five players who across the day who failed to perform for their respected nation.


#1. Stephen Varney (England)

Planet Rugby 5/10: “Found himself under serious pressure at the base when looking to box kick, but his service was slick and work-rate admirable before he was replaced before the hour.”

Rugby Dump 3/10: “Charged down twice and unbelievably slow at the ruck, Varney was on the back foot as his pack struggled to get any parity.”

Rugby Pass 5/10: “Charge down kicks undermined his performance and tried to fly out of the defensive line like Faf de Klerk but not his best game and he was not helped by the diminishing returns from his pack. Made an outstanding try-saving tackle on Sheehan.”

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