Tadhg Beirne Channels Inner Jordan Larmour With Incredible Sidestep For Try
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Leinster prodigy Jordan Larmour may have one of the best side-steps in Ireland, but that might not be for long once Tadhg Beirne returns home with Munster.
Beirne may be a 6ft 5in, 18 stone second-row, but by god he’s got some serious feet on him. The towering lock grabbed Scarlets’ first try against Bath in their Champions Cup pool clash tonight, and it’s one to remember.
The Irishman finished off a beautiful sweeping move by the Scarlets by turning Lions Test star Anthony Watson inside out with a truly brilliant side-step that any back would be proud of.
Have a watch below.
Move over Jordan Larmour, here’s comes Tadhg Beirne! 🔥
What a bloody step from the Irish second-row. 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/NgMX6o8mqU
— RugbyLAD (@RugbyLAD7) January 12, 2018