There was no shortage of stunning scores: here’s the best of the bunch.
Round 13 produced some stunning tries – here’s the pick of the bunch: @Zebrerugby‘s Giulio Bisegni@Edinburghrugby‘s @cammy_fenton1@Munsterrugby‘s @DanGoggin121113 @Leinsterrugby‘s Conor O’Brien@Scarlets_rugby‘s @iowznicks
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— PRO14 RUGBY (@PRO14Official) 7 January 2019
Giulio Bisegni (Zebre)
On his return from injury, Giulio Bisegni had the pace and experience to blitz his way to the tryline and cross to draw his side level.
His 12th try in his 67th appearance for the club, but credit must also go to centre Nicolas di Battista for both the carry and last-gasp pass to set him up for the score.
Cameron Fenton (Edinbrugh)
Cameron Fenton could never have expected to have scored against Isuzu Southern Kings, because he wasn’t originally included in the squad.
He was only called onto the bench after David Cherry picked up an injury in the warm-up and made his try-scoring impact when he came onto the field with ten minutes to play, dotting down Edinburgh’s sixth of the match.
Dan Goggin (Munster)
Dan Goggin came flying at the Connacht defence, powering over the line to put his side into the lead.
The big centre took hold of an Alby Mathewson pass off the back of a scrum and made no mistake – there was no stopping him from that range.
Conor O’Brien – Leinster Rugby
Conor O’Brien’s try was the standout individual score of the weekend as he went dancing through the tackles to help his Leinster side overcome Ulster.
O’Brien was awarded the man of the match and will be hoping that his outstanding performance will be enough to earn him a place in Leinster’s Champions Cup squad.
Ioan Nicholas (Scarlets)
Scarlets might be responsible for putting together the best team try of the round after they went wide from a lineout near the Dragons’ 22-metre line.
Paul Asquith made a half-break and offloaded to Johnny McNicholl, who put it on a plate Ioan Nicholas to go over in the corner.