Revealed: The Official 2016 RBS Six Nations Player Of The Tournament

 
The votes are in, the 2016 RBS Six Nations player of the tournament has been officially revealed.

Less than a week after the RBS 6 Nations Championship finished, the results are in and Stuart Hogg has been voted the RBS Player of the Championship.

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Hogg’s performances at this year’s tournament had further cemented his legacy as one of the best fullbacks in the game today.

Securing over 30% of the public vote the Full Back received the backing of 20,970 fans. 

England’s Billy Vunipola came in a very close second with 27% of the vote for his significant role in securing the team’s 13th Grand Slam. Third place was awarded to the tournament’s top-try scorer, George North with 11% of the votes, followed by Ireland’s scrum-half Conor Murray in 4th (4,412 votes). England’s Jack Nowell’s notable defensive performance was recognised with the winger finishing 5th (6% of the votes), ahead of the Italian Captain, Sergio Parisse in 6th with 4.6% of the votes.