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Vote for your Autumn Nations Series Try of the Week – Round 4

Vote for your Autumn Nations Series Try of the Week – Round 4

Another fantastic week of Autumn Nations Series action treated us to some sensational action across six action-packed matches – and now it’s time to vote for your Try of the Week.

We have picked out four superb scores from a host of candidates, so remind yourselves of them and vote for your favourite below.

Damian Penaud (France)

France earned their first win over New Zealand since 2009 on Saturday, in what was a simply incredible performance.

Damian Penaud’s try late in the second half all but sealed the deal for France, earning them a historic win.


The ball was thrown wide by David Havili after Jonathan Danty had spilled the ball, with Penaud reading the pass superbly.

He intercepted it and ran under the posts, much to the delight of a raucous Stade de France.

Stuart Hogg (Scotland)

Scotland made it three wins from four themselves this Autumn Nations Series with their 29-20 win over Japan at BT Murrayfield.

Stuart Hogg’s try in the first half was another historic moment, with the Scottish full-back becoming his country’s all-time top try-scorer, with 25 Test tries.

George Turner passed it out to Finn Russell, whose pass to Hogg was perfectly timed, allowing the skipper to break through the Japan line and become Scotland’s No.1 try-scorer.

Romain Ntamack (France)

Ntamack’s performance in Paris was about as close to perfection as one can get in Test match rugby.

His try was a thing of beauty too, with France getting a real advantage over the All Blacks early in the first half.

Gabin Villière carried up to about ten metres out, when Antoine Dupont fed Ntamack who then stepped inside his opposite number Richie Mo’unga and had the pace to finish despite tackle attempts from Sam Whitelock and Jordie Barrett.

Raffi Quirke (England)

England avenged their Rugby World Cup final defeat at Twickenham with a narrow 27-26 win over South Africa.

The Springboks had just started to gain a foothold in the game when scrum-half Raffi Quirke scored a wonderful try to put England back in the lead.

Henry Slade took the ball at first receiver and put Joe Marchant through a gap, who then played the perfect pass back inside to Quirke who went over to score a key try in England’s win.

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