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WATCH: Capuozzo or Clarke: Who’s the Fastest Rugby Player?

Which rugby superstar is the fastest?

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When it comes to rapid wingers, you’ll be hard-pressed to find more exciting backs than Auckland Blues and New Zealand international Caleb Clarke, along with Grenoble and Italy superstar Ange Capuozzo.

The two are known for their explosive speed, and to put them to the test, World Rugby placed the speedsters head-to-head in the fastest sprint challenge to see which player has the cleaner heels.

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WATCH: Unreal Sidestepping from Rugby League Star

Jai Field delivers another magic moment for Wigan Warriors.

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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.

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WATCH: Rugby’s First Backheel Conversion & Barbarians’ Brilliant Try

Check out the Barbarians’ brilliant try against England, and the bizarre conversion which followed.

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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.

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WATCH: Is This the Most Acrobatic Try Ever?

Dallin Watene-Zelezniak delivers an incredible finish for the Warriors.

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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.

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WATCH: Richie Mo’unga Throws Outrageous No-Look Offload

The Crusaders playmaker delivers a superb offload against the Chiefs.

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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.

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WATCH: Marcus Smith Sidestep Sets Up 100m Try

Some Marcus Smith magic unlocks a great try for Harlequins.

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Young English flyhalf Marcus Smith and his colleagues at Harlequins are becoming well-known for scoring some ridiculous tries, and the Premiership side put on another spectacular show against Exeter this past weekend.

After being sent back right to their own tryline, Smith decided to run the ball instead of kicking it, and sidestepped his way between two Exeter forwards before linking up with the speedy Louis Lynagh.

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