Super Rugby, Premier League, and the Barcelona Open made for an incredibly entertaining weekend of sport. But with so many great moments, we decided to rank out top 5; so without further ado, here are our picks of the best sporting moments from the past weekend:
Izzy bags a record
Israel Folau became the highest Super Rugby tryscorer in Waratahs history against the Force, dotting down for his 30th five pointer.
Paire’s cheeky shot
Benoit Paire delivered an audacious through-the-legs drop shot against Kei Nishikori at the Barcelona Open.
Tamanivalu’s long-range try
Chiefs centre Seta Tamanivalu helped set up and score the Chief’s second try against the Hurricanes on Saturday night, and it was an absolute cracker.
Riyad Mahrez’s goal
Leicester City edged closer to their first-ever Premier League title with a 4-0 win over Swansea. Riyad Mahrez was particularly impressive for the Foxes.
Namibia’s stylish team try
Namibia’s Unomasa Kavita finished off a great team try as they edged out USA Eagles 46-44 in the opening round of the World Rugby U20 Trophy.
What was your favourite sporting moments this past weekend? Tweet us @MenStuffZA and let us know your favourite.
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WATCH: Unreal Sidestepping from Rugby League Star
Jai Field delivers another magic moment for Wigan Warriors.
Australian Jai Field is making waves in the UK with the Wigan Warriors in the Super League competition, and for good reason. The speedy fullback is becoming a crowd favourite for his footwork, pace, and scoring ability, and that was all on show against Toulouse this past weekend.
After getting the ball in some space, Field jinked between a few defenders, goose-stepped through the line, and beat the fullback with another sidestep.
Check it out below:
And you can see the lead-up to the try and full highlights here:
WATCH: Rugby’s First Backheel Conversion & Barbarians’ Brilliant Try
Check out the Barbarians’ brilliant try against England, and the bizarre conversion which followed.
You know whenever the Barbarians play, you’re going to get some innovative moves and tricks from the invitational side. Well, the Barbarians who played against England at Twickenham this past weekend did not disappoint.
Featuring the likes of Louis Carbonel, Virimi Vakatawa, Damian Penaud, and Levani Botia, the Barbarians had some serious firepower, and pulled off a spectacular length-of-the-field try that fullback Max Spring rounded off.
Adding to the score was the fact that England lock George Kruis (who had been left out of the England squad this time around) took the conversion using his backheel. A salty, but quite funny dig at England.
Check it out below:
And check out the conversion here:
WATCH: Is This the Most Acrobatic Try Ever?
Dallin Watene-Zelezniak delivers an incredible finish for the Warriors.
Another week in the NRL rugby league competition, and another spectacular try has been scored, his time from Warriors winger Dallin Watene-Zelezniak against the Cronulla Sharks.
After receiving a great pass, Watene-Zelezniak looked all but covered by the Sharks’ defence, but the 26-year-old Kiwi international managed to launch himself into an almost-untouchable position in order to give himself the chance to dod the ball down.
Check it out below:
WATCH: Richie Mo’unga Throws Outrageous No-Look Offload
The Crusaders playmaker delivers a superb offload against the Chiefs.
All Blacks and Crusaders flyhalf Richie Mo’unga has been in sublime form throughout the Super Rugby Pacific competition, and the flashy number 10 delivered another great performance in the Crusaders’ semi-final against the Chiefs.
After making a line-break Mo’unga was tackled but produced a fantastic offload to a support runner that is well worth a re-watch. The next play saw Mo’unga throw a huge cut-out pass that resulted in a try.
Check out the moment below:
Tips for Men Who Love Golf: Protect Your Rights After a Golf-Related Injury
What should you do in the event of an injury while on the golf course?
If you enjoy playing golf, it’s important to be aware of the potential for injury. Though it may seem like a harmless pastime, golf can be quite dangerous. Each year there are thousands of reported golf-related injuries.
If you find yourself injured as a result of playing golf, it’s crucial to take action right away. Here are several steps you should take to protect your legal rights.
The Nature of the Injury
The first thing you need to do is determine the nature of the injury. This will help you figure out what kind of legal action you may need to take. For example, if you were hit by a golf ball, you may want to file a personal injury claim. If the injury was caused by a defective golf club, on the other hand, you may want to file a product liability claim.
However, there are other, much harder to detect, causes. Sometimes it’s the harmful materials and toxic waste present on the golf course that is the most difficult to detect and the most frequent one is the use of paraquat on golf courses. This herbicide has been linked to serious health conditions like Parkinson’s disease. If you believe your injury was caused by something like this, you would want to file an environmental claim, as well as a personal injury or product liability claim.
Get Medical Attention
Once you have determined the nature of your injury, it’s important to get medical attention right away. This will not only help you heal, but it will also create a record of your injury which will be important if you decide to take legal action later on. On the other hand, if you wait to get medical attention, it may be more difficult to prove that your injury was caused by playing golf.
Imagine if you were to break your arm while playing golf. Afterward, you go to the emergency room and get it treated. The doctors put your arm in a cast and give you a prescription for pain medication. You also receive a referral to see an orthopedic specialist. In this case, it would be pretty easy to prove that your injury was caused by playing golf.
Now, imagine that you didn’t go to the emergency room right away. Instead, you waited a few days and then saw your regular doctor. He just gave you a prescription for pain medication and told you to take it easy for a few weeks. In this case, it would be much more difficult to prove that your injury was caused by playing golf.
This is why it’s so important to get medical attention right away after sustaining a golf-related injury.
If you decide to take legal action, you will need evidence to support your claim. So, it’s important to collect as much evidence as possible at the scene of the accident. This might include taking photos of the injury, getting contact information from witnesses, and filing a police report. The more evidence you have, the better. This will help to strengthen your case and give you a better chance of winning.
Of course, you want to keep all the documentation related to your injury, including medical records and receipts. This will also help to support your case.
Find a Good Attorney
If you want to take legal action, you’re going to need a good attorney on your side. He or she will be able to guide you through the legal process and help you build a strong case. So, it’s important to take your time when choosing an attorney.
You should look for an attorney who has experience handling cases like yours. For example, if you were injured by a defective golf club, you would want to find an attorney who specialises in product liability cases. Or, if you were injured by something on the golf course, you would want to find an attorney who specialises in environmental law.
You should also make sure that the attorney you choose is someone you feel comfortable with. After all, you’re going to be working closely with him or her. So, it’s important to choose someone you can trust and who you feel confident in.
File a Lawsuit
Once you have gathered all the evidence and chosen an attorney, you can file a lawsuit. This is the legal process of taking action against someone who has caused you harm. In most cases, you will file a personal injury lawsuit. However, there are other types of lawsuits you can file, and it will depend on the nature of your injury and who is at fault.
Once you have filed a lawsuit, the legal process will take over. Your attorney will handle most of the work, but there may be some things you will need to do as well. For example, you may need to give a deposition or testify in court.
The legal process can be long and complicated, so it’s important to have patience. It’s also important to have realistic expectations. Remember, there is no guarantee that you will win your case. But, if you have a strong case and a good attorney, you stand a better chance of success.
What About Insurance?
If you have been injured in a golf-related accident, you should file a claim with your insurance company. This is true even if you plan to take legal action. Consequently, most insurance policies will cover golf-related accidents.
However, there may be some limits on what is covered. For example, some policies will only cover injuries that occur on the golf course. Others may only cover injuries that occur during a sanctioned event.
It’s important to read your policy carefully so you know what is and is not covered. If you have any questions, you should contact your insurance agent. Also, keep in mind that you may need to pay a deductible before your insurance will cover any costs.
If you have been injured in a golf-related accident, it’s important to take quick action to protect your legal rights. The sooner you take action, the better. So, don’t wait to get started. Follow these steps and you’ll be on your way to getting the compensation you deserve after a golf-related injury.