REVEALED: Rugby Onslaught's incontrovertible Six Nations XV

REVEALED: Rugby Onslaught’s incontrovertible Six Nations XV

You’ll actually be shocked by our selection, as it’s so good. It’s actually inconceivable that an argument can be made against any selection in this team.

Of course there will be idiots who are unable to take off their various national glasses, but this is clearly the best team.

15 Liam Williams

Has combined not becoming the Welsh Mike Brown and a stunning tournament in one.

14 Josh Adams

Tough call on Darcey Graham. Hopefully Adams will return to a Welsh PRO14 side, where the once a year Six Nations rugby fans won’t get to see him because they’re watching soccer or X Factor or having coronary heart attacks from eating chips every night for their dinner.

13 Garry Ringrose

Just a lot better all-round player than Jonathan Davies. Sorry, but he is.

12 Manu Tuilagi

Somehow managed to remain un-injured for 5 games. Presumably a personal record.

11 Jonny May

For years we thought he was just all speed. Now we know it for a fact.

10 Finn Russell

Having pumped DC last year, he is now the BOAT (not GOAT). Class act. Reminds you why you love rugby in the first place.

9 Antoine Dupont

Wasn’t even close.

1 Rob Evans

We picked Evans because we couldn’t bring ourselves to pick Cian Healy.

2 Ken Owens

Man-bear-pig. This converted No.8 spikes a ball after scoring a try like no man can. Choosing him in the absence of Dylan Hartley.

3 Demba Bamba

The fact that he plays as good as he does while in the ProD2 is just frightening.

4 Alun Wyn Jones

It should be illegal not to pick him. Notice how he put a coat around the 7-year-old mascot yesterday during the anthems?

5 James Ryan

Standing in for Maro Itoje.

6 Josh Navidi

Every team needs a crusty.

7 Tom Curry

The find of the Six Nations. Became a man this year and he has a spare version if he breaks called Ben.

8 Sergio Parisse

Beautiful man. We got tired writing this much so we’re just going to call it a day here.