15 Comments

  1. Dave Evans

    If Wales' opponents had just lay down and died, Wales could have played some outstanding, flowing rugby. But they didnt.
    The modern game is a battle of will. What Wales proved was that none of the other Home Nations could really compete with
    the Welsh mindset, determination and drive. Thats rugby.

  2. Jake The Ripper

    Not the prettiest Rugby team, but the most affective.

    Game plans were perfectly executed! Defence was stunning and the patience was undeniable.

    Looking like a very professional, calm, well studied team. <3

  3. Taffy Ducks

    My Team of the Tournament is this…

    1. Rob Evans (Wales)
    2. Ken Owens (Wales
    3. Tomas Francis (Wales)
    4. George Kruis (England)
    5. Alun Wyn Jones (Wales)
    6. Josh Navidi (Wales)
    7. Ross Moriarty (Wales)
    8. Billy Vunipola (England)
    9. Ben Youngs (England)
    10. Dan Biggar (Wales)
    11. Johnny May (England)
    12. Manu Tuilagi (England) or Hadleigh Parkes (Wales)
    13. Henry Slade (England)
    14. Josh Adams (Wales) or Keith Earls (Ireland)
    15. Liam Williams (Wales)

    I don't see how I can include any Scottish players, as one fantastic half doesn't make up for 4 and half mediocre performances. Even for Finn Russell.

    Players that impressed…Honourable mentions.

    Curry (England)
    Ryan (Ireland)
    Adams (Wales)
    Watkin (Wales)
    Wainwright (Wales)
    Beard (Wales)
    McCinally (Scotland)
    Russell (Scotland)
    Ntemack (France)
    Dupont (France)

  4. SockPuppet89

    Some absolutely cracking plays, trys, defensive efforts, a dash of luck and down-right gritty phase play. The Welsh campaign this year had it all, yet some very bitter or ill-informed people will say otherwise.

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