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TJ Perenara scores one of the most outrageous tries you'll see

TJ Perenara scores one of the most outrageous tries you'll see
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The Brumbies shocked the Hurricanes this weekend after beating them 24-12, but the game will be remembered for TJ Perenara’s opportunistic try.

Just three minutes into the match and with a lineout on their own line, the Brumbies can be forgiven for being complacement. But when playing All Black Perenara that can never be the case, as Joe Powell found out to his detriment.

Perenara did extremely well to leap like a salmon and intercept Powell’s attempted pass to David Pocock in the in-goal area to give the Canes an early lead.

Unfortunately for the Hurricanes it would prove to be one of their only bright sparks, as tries from Kyle Godwin, Folau Fainga’a, Rory Arnold and Andy Muirhead helped the Brumbies beat NZ opposition for the first time in 855 days.

The win means that the Brumbies stay third in the Australian conference, while the Hurricanes remain in second in the NZ table.

Perenara’s amazing try can be seen 16 seconds into the match highlights

14 Comments

  •  jeri
    jeri
    02:22:59 04/07/2018

    Well, TJ and Aaron are both scrumhalves, so being annoying twats is literally their job :)

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  •  dirtyflanker
    dirtyflanker
    04:37:39 03/07/2018

    great awareness.

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  •  drg
    drg
    09:59:13 03/07/2018

    Plus a citing and a 10 week ban for imagining poking the referees eye for a crap call!

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  •  moo
    moo
    02:42:16 02/07/2018

    Plus a yellow card for dissent for shrugging in a Gallic manner

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  •  drg
    drg
    02:14:15 02/07/2018

    Probably a French player being pinged...

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  •  moo
    moo
    11:46:20 02/07/2018

    Fair enough. Just remember seeing some receivers (mainly lifters coming in actually) being pinged for it before.

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  •  pickay
    pickay
    10:52:08 02/07/2018

    Hmmmm... Tried to look it up in the laws, and could only find that the receiver has to be 2m back when the lineout is formed, i.e. prior to the throw-in. After that nothing specifically about the receiver, so I'd assume after the ball is thrown the receiver has the same offside lines like any other lineout player?! If that's the case then TJ was fine.

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  •  drg
    drg
    10:46:55 02/07/2018

    I guess people have forgotten he's a 9... Probably a love hate person on every team...

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  •  moo
    moo
    09:18:53 02/07/2018

    Impressive awareness of the play. But doesn't the receiver (both sides) have to stay 2 yards back?

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  •  pickay
    pickay
    09:13:24 02/07/2018

    Holy moly, great awareness! I think not many other players would have scored such a try. Some people here may not like TJ (it seems...), but you've got to respect his passion and commitment that he shows every time he steps onto the field, always plays at 100%. I would certainly like to have such a player on my team, that's for sure.

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  •  chuckdick
    chuckdick
    11:25:25 01/07/2018

    Can I add Aaron Smith to the list. Incredible talent but cringeworthy to watch.

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  •  drg
    drg
    01:55:18 01/07/2018

    That was impressive!

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  •  45678
    45678
    01:34:22 01/07/2018

    Up there with Chris Ashton and Owen Farrell as one of the least likeable players in world rugby. Good try though

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  •  finedisregard
    finedisregard
    12:43:38 01/07/2018

    Wow, that's a new one!

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