Brumbies centre Kyle Godwin played his final game before his move to Connacht today and gave the province a taster of what is to come with a stunning solo try.
The 25-year-old will join Andy Friend's set-up this summer as Connacht look to move on from a disappointing season last year. He played and scored in the Brumbies 40-31 win over the Waratahs today.
Two words... Kyle. Godwin!
Our summer signing scored this sensational try for the Brumbies in his final game before joining us at The Sportsground ? pic.twitter.com/KuGEyjsDns
— Connacht Rugby (@connachtrugby) July 14, 2018
Godwin has played for the Australia U20s and has one cap for the senior team. In 2014 he was recognised as the Western Force most outstanding player and was awarded the Members’ Most Valuable Player Award and Rising Star Award.
With the addition of Godwin to the backline and Robin Copeland to the pack, it looks like Connacht are preparing for a big year this season.