The 2019 Six Nations is over, and what a tournament it has been! Featuring a Grand Slam winner, the biggest comeback ever in tournament history, as well as the highest scoring draw ever in international history.

It started off with a bang, with Wales coming back from 16-0 down at half-time, to beat France in the season opener.

From there, the Welsh never looked back, beating everyone, including a fantastic comeback against England and an emphatic victory over Ireland on the last day, to win Warren Gatland’s third grand slam title.

For England, it has been a mixed bag with some fantastic, free-flowing attacking play dominating the majority of their games.

Yet, their loss to Wales and draw to Scotland – after being 31-0 up – has put a dampener on an otherwise good campaign.

Elsewhere, it has been a blend of good and bad, with France and Italy both having poor tournaments but still showing glimpses of promise for the future, with youngsters Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack both showing moments of class for France, while, Italy certainly have a quality player in Jake Polledri.

Scotland have been poor, however, their wonderful fightback against England will give Gregor Townsend some real hope for the World Cup.

Whereas Ireland will be disappointed that their successful form from 2018 – where they beat the All Blacks – did not continue into 2019, and they have some questions to answer before they head off to Japan.

Here is our team of the tournament for the 2019 Six Nations Championship: