Gareth Thomas in action during the 2000 RBS 6 Nations
Thanks very much to all the participants who voted for their favourite #TopMoment, Gareth Thomas' selection was excellent and proved very popular.
This week the results were very tight, but we are now very proud to announce your favourite #TopMoment of Round 4 is:
1.England v Scotland: Jonathan Joseph's hat-trick - 57%
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2. Wales v Ireland: The emotion shown by the Welsh players, particularly George North after his try and Ken Owens when Jamie Roberts scored - 33%
3. Italy v France: Gaël Fickou's try - 10%
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This weekend will see the conclusion of the RBS 6 Nations on Super Saturday with Scotland hosting Italy before France entertain Wales and finally Ireland welcome England.
Eddie Jones' team have already won the Championship, but they can secure a second successive Grand Slam with victory in Dublin.
Meanwhile the Azzurri will be looking for a first win of their campaign in Edinburgh, where Scotland will be led by Vern Cotter for the last time.
And in the game in Paris, both France and Wales will be eyeing up a runners-up finish, depending on results elsewhere.
Tissot ambassador Gareth Thomas gave his views on how the final round of matches will unfold:
Scotland to bounce back
Scotland will go into their game against Italy knowing that a bonus point could see them finish the tournament on a high and possibly even in second place.
There are four teams who are very close and Scotland may have the easiest route and they will also want to say thank you to Vern Cotter with a good performance.
Italy have struggled at the end of games throughout the tournament and it's something Conor O'Shea and the coaching staff will have targeted to work on.
The teams are getting so good that at the moment you can't afford to switch off for five minutes because it's 15-20 points conceded, whereas before you could maybe get away with it.
So even though Scotland have to recover from the loss to England, and they have a few injuries, I still think they will win.
More Welsh success in Paris
Wales will have taken a lot of confidence from their win over Ireland, but France will be confident as well.
For France it's about salvaging some respect from the home fans, they beat Scotland at home and they will want to get the crowd going again with their dangerous runners.
It's a big game for Wales and France is a tough place to go so the important thing for Wales is to stay up from the Ireland win.
People talk about getting back up after a big win, but the trick is to never go down. You need to carry that momentum into training and everything you do.
Then you can hit the ground running in the next game and that's the key for Wales.
If they give France some space then they will be in trouble but I think I'd go for Wales to edge it. I'm obviously not objective, but even with my Wales hat off I think there's the stability and the cohesion of some of the units like the nine and ten, and the back row, whereas France are still getting there.
It will be very close but I think that might swing it for Wales.
Back to back slams
You would have to be a brave man to bet against England right now. They are looking unbelievable at the moment and even in poor performances they are winning.
Ireland are second on points difference and against France we saw Conor Murray and Johnny Sexton were enough to get them the win.
You need more than your half-backs against England and we saw they have threats all over the field.
Joe Schmidt will have his game plan ready but England have so many players who can produce that little bit of magic.
It will be a massive occasion but England have shown they can cope with that, with their three wins on the bounce in Australia, and at the moment I can't see how they can be beaten.
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