Friday, April 19, 2013
This amazing passage of end to end play from Auckland club rugby did the rounds recently after it was posted by someone who was at the game. It features a flowing passage of play where either side, Grammar-Carlton or Suburbs, could have scored.
Suburbs, in red, were leading 27-7 at the halftime break, but then had two players yellow-carded at once, allowing Grammar to come back into the match with some great rugby.
The passage of play took place when the score was at 30-26 following a great Grammar comeback, which they were trying to cap off with a try while Suburbs were still down to 13-men.
Both sides featured players that have played at top representative level, including giant tighthead prop Ofa Tu'ungafasi, who played for NZ U/20 and this season is part of the Blues in Super Rugby.
In the end after multiple phases, the try was finished off by winger Gareth Williams-Spiers.
If ever you wondered why the All Blacks are so good, this footage could give you a clue.
Williams-Spiers scored a great length of the field try in the same fixture last year. View here
Credit: James Cameron
Gareth Williams-Spiers length of the field try vs Grammar-Carlton in 2012
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