After a controversial few weeks, the Six Nations returned and produced some high-class rugby throughout the weekend.
Wales travelled to Murrayfield to kick off the action and hung on to victory despite a second-half Scottish resurgence. They are taking their grand slam aspirations into the final week, with an 18-11 win.
England and Ireland both picked up bonus-point victories, beating Italy and France respectively.
It was the Joe Cokanasiga show for England, as he was a menace to the Italian defence, scoring one try and making countless thundering metres down the wing. Manu Tuilagi was among the other scorers in a 57-14 thrashing.
For Ireland, Jonathan Sexton and Conor Murray returned to form, pulling the strings in a 26-14 victory against a poor French showing.
There were some great individual performances throughout the weekend; here is who made our Team of the Week for Round Four of the tournament:
1. Allan Dell - Scotland
A good showing by the Scotsman was capped off by a stampeding 30-metre run down into the Welsh 22, showing electric pace for a prop.
2. Rory Best - Ireland
No standout performances for the hooker jersey this week, but the Irish captain led his team well and scored a deserved try, helping him make our team.
3. Demba Bamba - France
He gave away a couple of penalties and struggled at the scrum but carried well and made 14 tackles against a good Irish team.
4. James Ryan - Ireland
Man of the Match in the Ireland game and was key to the victory. His performance was summed up nicely by his thundering hit on Dupont in the first half.
5. George Kruis - England
A fantastic game for the Saracens lock. He twice charged down the ball for tries, including one for himself, and never stopped working despite the big lead.
6. Brad Shields - England
His best game in an England shirt yet. Shields scored two tries, his first due to some fantastic support play. His superb rugby experience showed in the openness of the game.
7. Justin Tipuric - Wales
Made a huge 25 tackles, missing none, and was key in the Welsh defensive performance. Also came up with a couple of key turnovers to relieve the pressure.
8. Billy Vunipola - England
A close contest for the number eight jersey with several good performances to consider. Vunipola edges it with a huge 73 metres made; he looks back near his best.
9. Conor Murray - Ireland
A close-run contest with Ben Youngs, but Murray had his best game of the tournament yet, choosing his runners well and constantly keeping France under pressure.
10. Jonathan Sexton -Ireland
A fantastic game for the Ireland 10. His try was a thing of beauty, and he controlled every aspect of the game for his country.
11. Josh Adams - Wales
The Welsh winger is becoming a deadly finisher at the international stage and showed it, leaving Blair Kinghorn for dead, in what was the winning score.
12. Hadleigh Parkes - Wales
Went back to his strengths with some strong carrying and big defensive hits. Led the Welsh’s defensive performance; it was his kind of game.
13. Manu Tuilagi - England
Took Italy to the cleaners with his power and footwork. Scored two tries, made a buck-load of metres and created another in his best showing since returning to international rugby.
14. Joe Cokanasiga - England
Led England’s victory with some powerful running. His cradling of the ball in one hand is a sight to behold, and he will have left some sore Italian bodies today.
15. Elliot Daly - England
Was a constant threat throughout the game and his creative play and footwork led to several England tries.