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Sunday, February 24, 2008

Incredible hands for the Tommy Bowe try vs Scotland

Incredible hands for the Tommy Bowe try vs Scotland

A classy Irish performance set their season back on track against Scotland at Croke Park, in a game which produced an incredible piece of skill which led to a fantastic Tommy Bowe try.

The on form Ulster winger finished it off, but Leicester fullback and wing Geordan Murphy started it with a great counter attack and flipped pass, which popped up perfectly for flyhalf supremo Ronan O'Gara to pull of a quite superb flick of the ball that was pinpoint accurate and would normally only be reserved for the practice field.

A great result for Ireland at Croke Park, with this being one of the tries of the Six Nations so far, mainly because of that piece of brilliance from O'Gara.

Final Score: 34-13 to Ireland

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