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Monday, February 06, 2017

2017 Six Nations: The Best of Social Media from Round One

Round one of the 2017 Six Nations lived up to all expectations. It had everything from big upsets to stunning tries, funny celebrations... and even bonus points. However, it was Scotland's heroic win against Ireland grabbed most of the headlines. 

Highlights: Scotland vs Ireland | England vs France | Italy vs Wales

But what was social media's take on the weekend's action? Here's a rundown. 


Scotland recorded only their second opening round win since Italy joined the tournamnet in 2000, and didn't they enjoy it...



Former England centre Will Greenwood also celebrated the Scottish tries for another reason...



Injured Billy Vunipola was supporting his side with pride

Just so you know #weartherose ????

A photo posted by Billy Vunipola (@vunipola_billy) on Feb 4, 2017 at 8:15am PST



Jonathan Davies and Liam Williams produced a 'Salt Bae' celebration in Rome.

And referee JP Doyle also fancied a try for himself.


Meanwhile over the other side of the fence.



Arsenal midfielder Arron Ramsey's other half Colleen was clearly delighted with the win against Italy, but maybe not Chelsea.

Let us know if there is anything else you spotted that should be added here!

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