The Top Performers In The Six Nations After Three Rounds

The best of the best.

With three rounds played in this year’s Six Nations, Ireland are in the driving seat, five points clear at the top of the championship.

This is reflected in the individual performance by their players, with a number of them topping the player charts. Jacob Stockdale is the top try-scorer with four, while Conor Murray has the same number of try-assists.

CJ Stander once again tops the carries charts, and is in line to finish on top for the third successive Six Nations. Meanwhile Bundee Aki has beaten the most defenders (12), while Scotland’s Stuart Hogg once again leads the way with metres made (252)

Here are the leaders in the main charts.

Points
Leigh Halfpenny – 36

Carries
CJ Stander – 58

Clean breaks
Jonny May – 7

Tries
Jacob Stockdale – 4

Try assists
Conor Murray – 4

Defenders beaten
Bundee Aki – 12

Metres made
Stuart Hogg – 252

Tackles
Guilhem Guirado – 57