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Five Stars Who flopped During second round of Six Nations

by Saba Gulmagarashvili

Here are five players who flopped during the second round of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations, including a disappointing England star.

Joe Marchant (England)

Mail Online 5.5/10:

“He didn’t do much wrong, but with Italy there for the taking you would have liked to have seen him break free more. One poor kick.”

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Finn Russell (Scotland)

Telegraph 5/10:

“Yellow card for deliberate knock-on turned the game. Even before then he kicked restart straight into touch, shanked high ball in own 22 and missed touch.”

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Jonny Gray (Scotland)

Planet Rugby 5/10: 

“Struggled to make the impact he is capable of and made way in the final quarter after showing signs of fatigue for debutant Rory Darge who came on to the flank”


Louis Rees-Zammit (Wales)

Online 5/10:

“Only act of note in the first half was to be manhandled by Darcy Graham when the Scot had no right to score.”

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Garry Ringrose (Ireland)


Wandered into midfield without any real intent and failed to make a tackle, in the lead-up to Dupont’s try. Got little change in midfield.”

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