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Top Try-Scorer In The 2020 Six Nations

Tries win matches and the players that score the most are a valuable commodity when it comes to international competitions like the Six Nations.

Below we have some names to look out for during the five weeks of action.

England – Jonny May

The 2019 Six Nations leading try-scorer is hard to bet against especially given how proficient he is at finishing chances.

Wales – Josh Adams

The 2019 Rugby World Cup leading try-scorer has made a habit of crossing the whitewash with regularity. In just 21 Welsh appearances he has crossed 13 times.

Ireland – Jacob Stockdale

He may have struggled at the World Cup but Stockdale knows where the try-line is as shown by his seven tries in the 2018 Six Nations.

France – Teddy Thomas

Thomas is currently the bookies favourite in terms of the top try-scorer for France.

Scotland – Sean Maitland

Scotland are looking to bounce back from a dour World Cup and Maitland could be one to watch in the exciting back-line.

Italy – Michele Campagnaro

Italy may struggle to score tries but Campagnaro’s ability to play across the back-line could see him pop up with tries.

Top Try-Scorer In The 2020 Six Nations

Updated Standings 

We will update this section as soon as the tournament has started and games have been played.

Previous Top Try Scorers In The Six Nations

2019 – Jonny May – England (6)

2018 – Jacob Stockdale – Ireland (7)

2017 – Eight players tied (3)

2016 – George North – Wales (4)

2015 – Jonathan Joseph – England (4)

2014 – Two players tied (4)

2013 – Alex Cuthbert – Wales (4)

2012 – Tommy Bowe – Ireland (5)

2011 – Chris Ashton – England (6)

2010 – Four players tied (3)

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