What was the best or most defining moment of the tournament. For me there were several: Balshaws charged down kick for Wales' winning try, Williams' match winner in Dublin, Scotland outscrapping England in the rain AGAIN, to name but a few. But for me, i think the defining moment came early on, just before half time in the Wales-England match. Wales were on the rocks, England were on top, and eventually crossed the try line again. Unfortunately, Bennet's arm was under the ball, and the try wasn't given. This is what was new for the eventual grand slam champions. The grit, determination and tenacity to scrap in defence, to deny the opposition at every opportunity. Previously Wales would have folded. Instead, they changed their greatest weakness into their greatest strength through a mixture of passion, pride and no little skill. That moment for me, was the first of many similar episodes where the new-found edge kept Wales' dreams alive.