Friday, January 23, 2015

Retro Friday: Martín Terán scores from set-move v Australia in 1991

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In what was his fourth test cap Tucumán winger Martín Terán scored a brace of tries to finish the match with a record of four test tries in as many matches. He scored a first half try against the Wallabies in Rugby World Cup 1991 by collecting a kick and then converted it into a double when he crossed for a second half score in the Pool match in Llanelli, Wales. The well-worked set-move came from a scrum deep in Australian territory after the South Americans had forced opposition errors and were able to capitalize. The conversion from fullback Guillermo del Castillo set up a compelling finish. 

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