Sunday Social: Six Nations action, prop love and the Terminator

Dylan Coetzee
Six Nations Sunday Social: Mack Hansen

It is time for Planet Rugby’s Sunday Social, your quirky recap of the serious and not so serious talking points from the past week’s action.

Look at that passion! Ollie Lawrence has been nothing but brilliant for England in the Six Nations, and here he scores a decisive try against Wales to take his side out of the seven-point range.

Prince William and Princess Catherine spent the weekend as rivals, with the pair patron of rugby in Wales and England, respectively. The outlook in the two dressing rooms was certainly different after the final result.

More than £1,000 a minute, the easiest payout Marcus Smith has ever had. Everyone talks about his vision on the field; meanwhile, off it, he is playing chess while everyone else is playing checkers.

The Grim Reaper meme did not take long as Ireland continued their unbeaten run en route to a potential Grand Slam! Next stop, Scotland. Can they keep going?

Pure comedy gold! It will take a while to find a more entertaining post-match interview! Adopted Irishman Mack Hansen humorously drops an F-bomb after almost knocking over a microphone following his brace against Italy.

Props love props. Stormers front-row Neethling Fouche loads his Twitter up with praise for the veteran Brok Harris on his birthday this week! Got to love some kind words between big men.

Former Springboks coach Peter de Villiers heads out with some legends, including Schalk Burger senior, Danie Gerber, Victor Matfield and Jannie du Plessis. Would not want to catch that crowd in a bar fight!

That looks terribly gruelling! Arms and legs will be feeling heavy after this tackle fitness drill in the All Blacks sevens camp. Sevens players are just made differently.

There is a reason she is one of the best in the world. Hollie Davidson awarded the try mid-dive to get the best angle – nothing but love for the commitment to the game.

Getting his steps in! Just have a look at those numbers. Blues speedster Mark Telea certainly had his breakfast as he produced one of the best individual performances in recent memory. Unstoppable is an understatement.

Smiles for the Blues but raw pain for the Highlanders who did not have an answer for the man they understandably call ‘the Terminator.’

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