In our most recent poll, we asked you whose try you rated as the best amongst the provinces' scores on the second weekend of European action.
The poser was: "What was the best try scored by an Irish player last weekend?"
And Munster centre Barry Murphy easily came out on top, leading almost from the word go. His 34th-minute try in the province's 41-23 pool win over Bourgoin certainly drew the plaudits and caught the eye, as much for his finish as for his link-up with his centre partner Trevor Halstead.
The 23-year-old Murphy, back at Thomond Park where he scorched over for his corker of a try against Sale last January, latched onto Halstead's pop pass as the French defence was blown asunder and he injected a dash of pace at just the right time to glide over for his second Heineken Cup try in only his fifth start.
Murphy's effort gained 745 votes for a winning mark of 46%. Second was Leinster full-back Girvan Dempsey, with the first of his two-try salvo - set up by Brian O'Driscoll's excellent behind-the-back pass - in the 25-24 loss to Edinburgh, securing him 615 votes (38%).
Next up was young Connacht full-back Daniel Riordan who grabbed a well-taken try in the westerners' agonising 21-19 Challenge Cup pool defeat to Bath. The Galway man finished with 118 votes (7%), while Murphy's Munster team-mates Frankie Sheahan (5%) and John Kelly (4%) took up the rear.
Many thanks to all those who voted!