The GUINNESS PRO12 has been awash with eye-catching tries this season and as the campaign draws to an enthralling close, you can vote for your favourite one.
Official GUINNESS PRO12 broadcasters, Sky Sports, have been casting an eagle eye over the competition and picked eight outstanding candidates for the award – click here to watch all the nominees and cast your vote.
No player has more tries in the PRO12 this season than Ulster winger Craig Gilroy and his effort against the Scarlets in round 16 is the pick of the bunch, dancing down the right wing and leaving a string of defenders in his wake.
There are two Munster tries on the list, with Robin Copeland’s score against Ulster in round 9 and Jack O’Donoghue’s effort against Cardiff Blues in round 14.
Copeland finished a flowing team move, while 21-year-old back rower O’Donoghue followed suit on his first GUINNESS PRO12 start.
Glasgow Warriors are the only other team to receive two nominations, with Josh Strauss and Peter Horne catching the eye against Edinburgh and Cardiff Blues respectively.
Duncan Weir and Sean Lamont helped create Strauss’ try in round 11, as Glasgow opened up an 1872 Cup lead, while Horne’s eye-catching try against the Blues helped him clinch a hat-trick.
Matt Healy’s superb kick-and-chase solo try led Connacht to victory over the Scarlets in round 9, while the Welsh region boast a nomination of their own – John Barclay’s round 12 score against the Ospreys after great work from Scott and Liam Williams.
And Phil Burleigh completes the list, finishing off a slick Edinburgh move as they clinched victory at Parc y Scarlets in round 18.
GUINNESS PRO12 TRY OF THE SEASON NOMINEES:
Robin Copeland – Munster v Ulster – Round 9
Matt Healy – Connacht v Scarlets – Round 9
Josh Strauss – Glasgow Warriors v Edinburgh – Round 11
John Barclay – Scarlets v Ospreys – Round 12
Jack O’Donoghue – Munster v Cardiff Blues – Round 14
Craig Gilroy – Ulster v Scarlets – Round 16
Phil Burleigh – Edinburgh v Scarlets – Round 18
Peter Horne – Glasgow Warriors v Cardiff Blues – Round 19