We should really be watching much more Sevens rugby. The sport which will make it's Olympic debut later this year continually brings up some orgasm-sounding moans with some of the skills on display.
We showed you Sonny Bill Williams' miraculous offload that sucked in nearly half the team engineering a nicely worked try in Day 1 of the Wellington Sevens, but this effort from Scotland's Joe Nayacavou was even better.
Trailing by seven points with seconds left against Japan, Nayacavou is tackled by two Japanese defenders with no obvious support in sight. Then two things happen, first Kiwi-born Nick McLennan comes from nowhere on the inside directly behind Nayacavou. It would be a great line given the space, but you're thinking "There is no way that a) Nayacavou can see him, and b) even if he did, there's no way he could get McLennan the ball.
But get McLennan the ball he did, and I still haven't the foggiest how that happened.
Be right back, just making Gary Neville type noises.
I've attempted that pass in the office with no people around me, and every time I can't get my wrist/hand/arm to move like that. It's absolutely ridiculous. How does he do it?
That try secured extra time for Scotland, where that man again, Nayacavou produced the goods to snatch a victory.