Vodafone Super Rugby: Vote for your favourite try of the season

Tue, 24/03/2020, 05:22 am
RUGBY.com.au staff
by RUGBY.com.au staff
Brad Weber is one of the contenders for try of the year. Photo: Getty Images

There have been just seven rounds of Super Rugby played this year but there have been plenty of spectacular tries.

1. Mark Nawaqanitawase vs Crusaders

The Waratahs rookie snatched the Super Rugby spotlight with this impressive finish against the Crusaders. Nawaqanitawase finished off a strong team effort, putting the ball down in the corner.

2. Jamie Booth vs Jaguares

A slick offload in attack opened up space for reserve Hurricanes halfback Booth to sprint over the line in Buenos Aires.

3. Leicester Fainga'anuku vs Waratahs

Fainga'anuku swallows up a Crusaders cross-kick and bursts his way through the NSW defensive line to score for the defending champions.

4. Hyron Andrews vs Jaguares

A series of hot potato offloads opens up the opportunity for Andrews to accelerate into space and score,

5. Brad Weber vs Waratahs

Weber was the finisher of this superb try but it's the behind the back pass from Shaun Stevenson that is the real star in this score. Weber running a strong support line collects the offload and sprints over the line.

6. Tom Banks vs Waratahs

Banks shows off his finishing skills in this last-gasp effort that could be the final Super Rugby try to be scored in some time.

7. Gerard Cowley-Tuioti vs Lions

The Blues showed off their strong attacking potency with this score, finished off by forward Cowley-Tuioti.

8. Isaac Lucas vs Bulls

Lucas was the final part of a scintillating reds team try, clinching the five points after a handful of attacking phases, with key involvements from their forwards and their backs.

9. Guido Petti vs Bulls

The Jaguares' offloading game was on show in this electrict score that finishes with a barnstorming Guido Petti run.

10. Henry Speight vs Crusaders

This length of the field effort showcases the Reds' attacking ability. Starting at a lineout, Henry Speight finishes off the effort with a one-two exchange with Bryce Hegarty.

Which do you think was the best?

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