Six Nations Round 4 Team of the Week

Six Nations Round 4 Team of the Week

An incredible round of fixtures with two upsets on Saturday with Italy and England beating Scotland and Ireland respectively and Wales close to upsetting France on Sunday. Picking the team of the week provided, as usual, some obsticles. Here is this weeks Team of the Week.

1: Ellis Genge - England:

A solid outing for the England loose-head at scrum time with impressive numbers in open play beating three defenders off his seven carries

Bubbling Under: Gareth Thomas

2: George Turner - Scotland:

Turner made 16 tackles on the day against Italy beating 4 defenders. 

Bubbling Under: Giacomo Nicotera

3: Uini Atonio - France:

Massive shift from the French tighthead against a firing Welsh pack

Bubbling Under: Zander Fageron

4: Maro Itoje - England:

Huge shift from one of England's stars as he was put to work against the Irish side hunting back to back Grand Slams

Bubbling Under: Niccolo Cannone

5: George Martin - England:

Martin made more tackles than any other forward on the field at Twickenham. Many expected to see him on the side of the scrum but he showed his versatility against Ireland

Bubbling Under: Emmanuel Meafou

6: Ollie Chessum - England:

Two turnovers against Ireland that proved vital he, like Martin, was expected to be deployed in another position put his hand up.

Bubbling Under: Dafydd Jenkins

7: Michele Lamaro - Italy:

Not much more to be said about Italy's leader. 27 tackles on the day, a full 9 ahead of any other player, showing again why he is the glue that holds the Italian pack and team together

Bubbling Under: Tommy Reffell

8: Ben Earl - England:

Nothing much more to be said about Earl who had his best performance in the England jersey. A constant thron in the Irish sides it is clear why he is England's first choice 8

Bubbling Under: Ross Vintcent

9: Nolann le Garrec - France:

Instrumental in France's win over Wales he controlled much of the game especially when their backs were against the wall

Bubbling Under: Jamison Gibson-Park

10 Paolo Garbisi - Italy:

What a performance from the young 10 who seemed to have lost his swag, he got it back in this performance and it is easy to see why he is so highly rated in Italy

Bubbling Under: George Ford

11: James Lowe - Ireland:

A vital part if Ireland on attack and defence, he showed his brilliant finishing against England in a losing cause.

Bubbling Under: Monty Ioane

12: Tommaso Menoncello - Italy:

Sometimes you feel Menoncello and Brex should swop around but against Scotland this midfield were incredible. They cancelled out the Scottish midifeld with ease at times.

Bubbling Under: Ollie Lawrence

13: Juan Ignacio Brex - Italy:

Man of the Match and comfortably the top defensive back in the game. His partnership with Menoncello is great.

Bubbling Under: Gael Fickou

14: Damian Penaud - France:

A threat every time he touched the ball, he assisted two tries, beat eight defenders and made all six of his tackles. Super Star.

Bubbling Under: Immanuel Feyi-Waboso

15: George Furbank - England:

Furbank showed why he has been selected at 15 with some incredible attacking invovements against Ireland. 

Bubbling Under: Cameron Winnett

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