Inspired by Wales’ Triple Crown win, this week’s episode of The Wrap takes on a distinctly musical theme with former England and British and Irish Lions winger Ugo Monye asking fans which rugby players would form the best band.

Joe Marler gives it a good go for lead vocals after losing a bet to Welsh actor and writer Steve Speirs, while Ugo reveals all from a night out at the home of rock god Ozzy Osbourne.

Former Harlequins team-mate, Nick Evans, answers the tough questions in a battle of the hemispheres. No prizes for guessing which of the two, North or South, wins out in the best weather stakes!

Choosing a best Lions XV is an ever so slightly more contentious subject, but Ugo – a tourist to South Africa in 2009 – sticks his neck on the line and opts for a side with a heavy Welsh bias. To add your voice to the conversation on this and any other topic, simply use the hashtag #The Wrap.

And on a weekend when there were more thrills and spills in professional club rugby as well as the Six Nations, we hear the latest from Japan, France and England, where Rhys Priestland broke a long-standing record. In tribute to the Bath fly-half, Ugo selects another Welshman as his all-time $Million kicker.