The 2021 Guinness Six Nations drew to a close with Scotland edging to a 27-23 victory over France by scoring a try with the clock four minutes into the red.
The game took place almost a week after the tournament should have finished and confirmed Wales’ title.
It was a Championship like no other after the coronavirus pandemic meant empty stadia and players and coaching teams living and working in bio-secure training bubbles.
Here, the PA news agency looks at five things we learned from this season’s competition.
Crowds cannot return soon enough
England at a crossroads on coaching front
France building ominously towards home World Cup
Wales boss Wayne Pivac silences doubters