The Oscar for best prop performance goes to England's Sarah Bern in the Women's Six Nations match against Wales.
Front row highlights never go unnoticed on the FloRugby social media wrap up, and Sarah Bern is the clip to beat in 2019. That wasn't her only streaking run in the match.
There was an uptick in under-the-arm offload tries this weekend.
Here's one gathered by Paul Lasike and offloaded to Mike Te'o. Style points because it came right off the restart and because this was Te'o first cap since returning from injury and Lasike found him for a highlight try.
The next offload is cool, but Tonata Lauti should have passed it earlier. Style points for the finish, but points retracted for the tunnel vision.
Somersault offload for a try? Yea, all previous style points given out have been recollected and will go to this Mataele's offload. Manasa Mataele just put his hand up as a try of the year nominee. Mataele was heading into touch, so he had nothing to lose. Low-risk to high return rate perfectly executed somersault offload. 10/10.
Something to watch (again!) for all you early birds 🧞♂️pic.twitter.com/SPor1PBNXX— TheRugbyPaper (@TheRugbyPaper) February 26, 2019
Cheetahs Cheeky Chip
Watch this play more than once. The Cheetahs capitalize on one random offload, a back-heel chip, and two perfect bounces.
Seriously, who thinks to use the back-heel here? What flair from the Cheetahs in the Pro14.
Now that all the highlights are out of the way, let's poke fun at England.