1. Scott Gibbs (England v Wales, Wembley, 1999)
Has there ever been a more joyful moment to be a Wales fan? Even if there was nothing riding on the game for Wales, the Lions centre's classic, weaving run to thwart England's Grand Slam ambitions takes some beating.
2. Scott Williams (England v Wales, Twickenham, 2012)
Wales were targeting a Triple Crown when they went to west London two seasons ago. There was little to separate the sides, until Scarlets centre Williams ripped the ball from second row Courtney Lawes, chipped ahead and..., well you know the rest!
3. Ieuan Evans (Wales v England, Cardiff Arms Park, 1993)
Back in those days Welsh wins over England were a rarity. But as Ieuan the Lion out-sprinted Rory Underwood following a hopeful hack forward by Emyr Williams, the crowd began to believe an upset could be on the cards.
4. Gavin Henson (Wales v England, Millennium Stadium, 2005)
He of the hair gel enjoyed perhaps his finest moment on the opening day of the 2005 championship, upending Matthew Tait before slotting a monster penalty. The 9-3 win sent Mike Ruddock's men on their way to a first Grand Slam in 27 years.
5. Mike Phillips (England v Wales, Twickenham, 2008)
Wales hadn't triumphed at Twickenham since 1988. But tries from Phillips and Lee Byrne - in Warren Gatland's first game in charge - helped lay the hoodoo to rest. Four games later, Wales were celebrating a second slam in three years.