This weekends side was hard to select with few stand-out players, however here’s out team of round four of the Six Nations…
Halfpenny was outstanding at the back for Wales at the Millennium and proved just how integral he is to Warren Gatland’s side.
North’s inclusion is more a reference to how poor the wingers were over the weekend than because of his performance.
Joseph has another good game for England, although he maybe didn’t shine quite as much as he has done in prior games.
Roberts is beginning to look back to his best for Wales, tackling and carrying well in an important victory over Ireland.
Nowell still looks a little bit short of international experience but showed enough to suggest he has a bright future for England.
There’s an argument for Dan Biggar here, however Ford probably had his best game for England against Scotland this weekend.
Youngs will have better games in an England shirt, however he still orchestrated things well and kept England on the front foot.
Vunipola had a solid if unspectacular outing for England this weekend, however faced little competition this weekend.
Warburton was absolutely outstanding for Wales this weekend and showed just how important he is to his side.
Dusautoir was a stand-out player in the poorest game of the weekend after putting in a big shift in an important French victory.
Lawes looks back to his best after coming back from injury and proved what England have been missing so far this year.
Charteris was monstrous in defence for Wales, putting in over 30 tackles during the game to deny Ireland on several occasions.
Ross was solid in defence for Ireland and put in a big shift at the set piece as he helped get Ireland on the front foot.
Hibbard may have come on as a replacement, however he put in a big shift and some huge hits for Wales after coming on.
Jenkins may have had to go off injured during the game, however he performed well and put in some important tackles.