It's been a season to remember for Leinster Rugby. They added a fourth star to their shirt in Bilbao two weeks ago and on Saturday, they can accomplish a remarkable double if they can put a dangerous Scarlets team to the sword in the Guinness PRO14 Final at the Aviva on Saturday (tickets are available here). Its certain to be an incredible occasion and one of the highlights of the Irish sporting calendar, as Leinster look to lift silverware in front of their fans. On what's set to be a truly magnificent day of sport, the Aviva is surely the place to be in Ireland on Saturday evening.
True to Leinster's great tradition of playing breathtaking rugby, this season has featured no shortage of memorable, audacious tries. But which try from the Guinness PRO14 final was their best? We thought we'd let you decide. Vote below.
Jack Conan v Munster
Accuse us of recency bias all you like. James Lowe orchestrated some genuine magic to set up Leinster's sole try against Munster in the RDS on Saturday.
Jordan Larmour v Munster
The try that lit up St Stephen's Day and officially put Larmour in the conversation for Ireland selection for the Six Nations. Larmour likely broke the Irish 50m record on his way to the try line.
Jordan Larmour v Ulster
Larmour's second most memorable try of the season. It was arguably more impressive.
Fergus McFadden v Ulster
McFadden may have been the man who touched the ball down but this try was all about Andrew Porter and his barnstorming run to kick off this rollicking end-to-end try
Barry Daly v Cardiff
Perhaps less celebrated than some of the other tries on the list, Barry Daly's try versus Cardiff truly had the highest degree of difficulty.
How many Leinster players can claim a 'miracle try'? The sideline footage proves how impressive the try is.