Try of the Week

Check out the best tries from week two of the Super Rugby competition and vote for your favourite.

Last Updated: 24/02/13 at 16:29

Vote for your favourite try from week two

You can watch more Super Rugby than ever before on Sky Sports this season.

Sky Sports HD, Sky Go and Sky Sports Xtra are THE places to go for Live Super Rugby action and this season we'll be kicking off our LIVE rugby on Friday mornings and continue throughout the weekend.

Each week we will select the best tries from the round and ask you to vote for your favourite one and we will reveal the winner the following week on our highlights show.

Here are this week's contenders. Check them out in the video above and then vote in our poll.

Super Rugby Try of the Week - Round Two

Ben Smith - Highlanders v Chiefs
Tim Nanai-Williams - Highlanders v Chiefs
Kade Poki - Highlanders v Chiefs
Jesse Mogg - Melbourne Rebels v Brumbies
Ben Volavola - Reds v Waratahs
Ben Tapuai - Reds v Waratahs
Pieter Labuschagne - Cheetahs v Sharks
Sergeal Petersen - Southern Kings v Force

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