1. It's still happening.
Four matches are postponed due to #coronavirus, and no-one knows if or when they will be played.
2. Finn Russell
It's all he said he said as coach Townsend claims Russell quit after a late night drinking session, Russell says he's not happy with the way the team is managed.
“The current situation, set-up and environment, I don’t think I want to play in that. I don’t think it’s good for me as a person or as a player,” Russell told The Sunday Times.
Either way, Finn Russell was a no-show this year.
7. That Punch.
A rebooted, reinvigorated France was sailing through the tournament when Scotland decided to trip them up, so Mohamed Haouas popped one on Scotland's Jamie Ritchie, adding to the weekend of shame.
8. RFU Disavows Eddie Jones.
Jones made some unsavoury comments about the refereeing of England v Wales, after two English players were sent off, prompting RFU to apologise to the ref publicly.
“At the end, we were 13 against 16, it’s hard.
“When you have got a three-man advantage, you are going to do some damage. That’s what happened.
“We had a numerical disadvantage, so it was tough.”
When he was asked who the 16th man was for the visitors, Jones replied: “You work that out.”
10. The Scottish Trip
Not wanting to be out done by Public Health England, Public Health Wales decided that not only could all the players turn up, but all the fans should too.
Despite a raging global pandemic, Scottish fans were assured the Wales v Scotland match was on. So they came down by train and by car (and by bus).
Only to find, last minute, guess what?
No match. Croeso i Gaerdydd.
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