It's been a hectic last day in the PRO12 with so much going on. All four Irish provinces got results that they wanted - with Ulster helping Munster out to ensure they finished in sixth place with a lot of breathing room.
The try that confirmed the win for Ulster was the bonus point score from Chris Henry - and it's not one that you would have seen everyday. In fact, it was a bit of a head scratcher.
After a brilliant breakout from Ulster brought Craig Gilroy to within a metre before a brilliant steal from Ospreys seemed to foil Ulster's attack.
Or so we thought.
Ospreys placed the ball back for scrumhalf Rhys Webb who was preparing for a clearance box-kick. But, in steps Chris Henry.
Henry saw that the ball was placed on the tryline - meaning that there is no offside anymore - allowing him to dot the ball down for a score. I'll let the referee explain it better.