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Vote For The Rugby Play Of The Weekend

Vote For The Rugby Play Of The Weekend
By Tadhg Peavoy Updated

An incredible November of rugby peaked yesterday with an injury-addled Ireland team beating Australia at the Aviva. All three Ireland tries are represented in our 'Play of the Weekend' poll, along with a try from the Wallabies and an amazing team try from Argentina.

Vote for your play of the weekend below.

1. Keith Earls try to give Ireland the match-winning score against Australia

Ireland’s Lazarus-like revival from 24-20 down to Australia was completed with a thoroughly deserved try in the final quarter. The play was all about two things: a fierce forward drive from Peter O’Mahony, followed by a sublime skip pass to Keith Earls from Simon Zebo.



2. Ringrose channeling BOD

He’s looked like being the answer for Ireland at 13 for some time and Garry Ringrose backed that up with a superb performance in the centre for Ireland on Saturday. His try was just sensational as he wriggled past four Australian defenders to dot down in a move that would have made Brian O’Driscoll proud.

3. Iain Henderson try after Simon Zebo grubber

Three Ireland players combined superbly to claim Ireland’s first try against the Wallabies. It started with a moment of magic from Simon Zebo to grubber into the 22, before a beautiful collect and offload from Keith Earls to Iain Henderson which finished with the big lock stretching his legs to finish off. Simple, clever and devastating.

4. Australia carve Ireland open with three offloads

Just when Australia were on the ropes at the end of the first half they struck back with a beauty of a try. A ruck on the Ireland 10, three offloads, and a scorching finish from Dane Haylett-Petty lead to one of the most striking backline plays of the day at the Aviva.



5. Harlem Globetrotters' rugby from Argentina

Despite Argentina suffering a pretty comprehensive defeat to 14-man England, they scored an early contender for Try of the Year  just after half-time. A glorious move with eight passes from Facundo Isa, Santiago Cordero and Juan Pablo Estelles ended with Tomas Cubelli setting up Cordero to go under the posts. The strong English defence was carved open from inside the Argies 22.

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