Debate has started as to whether this is the best Super 15 rugby try in history.
The phrase “running rugby” has sometimes been lost in the modern game.
But every now and then a team will produce something special that gives meaning to the other term attached to rugby union, “the game they play in heaven”.
The Queensland Reds secured perhaps their most impressive performance of the Super 15 rugby season last weekend, and in it featured one of the tries of the year.
It started with a successful defence of the Sharks’ lethal driving maul before a forced turnover led to Will Genia and Cooper spreading it wide across their goal-line for Chris Feauai-Sautia and Digby Ioane to sprint clear 70m.
Trailing in support, Genia then audaciously popped the ball on his non-dominant left foot for a cross-field grubber to the blazing Rod Davies to score in the opposite corner.
What do you think, is it the best ever?