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A look at the Top International Try Scorers of 2014

A look at the Top International Try Scorers of 2014
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The IRB, now known as World Rugby, have put together a video featuring some of the top tryscorers of 2014. It’s been named the Top 5 International Try Scorers of 2014, but there are actually a bonus two in there, including those from other tiers of Test rugby.

Lethal All Black winger Julian Savea topped the try-scoring charts with 11 tries, while the likes of Israel Folau and Manuel Montero also weighed in with some great scores for their countries.

Israel Folau – 7 tries in 14 matches | Manuel Montero – 7 tries in 11 matches | Nemani Nadolo – 7 tries in 7 matches | Akihito Yamada – 8 tries in 8 matches | Yoshikazu Fujita – 10 tries in 6 matches | Sebastian Mejia – 10 tries in 3 matches | Julian Savea – 11 tries in 13 matches

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  • drg
    6:17 PM 23/01/2015

    ...Like I said, I'm sure it's a secondary school magazine project that the IRB grabbed hold of...

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  • s_conner
    1:07 PM 20/01/2015

    10 tries in 3 games?!? Haven't seen a strike rate like that since schoolboy days! Size mismatch in that clip is reminiscent too...

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  • marty
    12:47 AM 20/01/2015

    haha! ''Bloody hell'' is the term

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  • drg
    7:19 PM 19/01/2015

    Really nice to see some of the 'smaller' nations in the rugby world getting some attention :) Julian Savea, bloody hell, bloke just seems to have so much going for him on the rugby front! Brilliant to see!

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  • shatner
    6:03 PM 19/01/2015

    Savea's handoff on Biggar... Unstoppable. Love it.

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