Ex-Chiefs winger Toni Pulu had the Brumbies management rubbing their hands together after their new signing scored this blistering individual try, beating no less than seven defenders as Counties lost to Taranaki 26-19.
The American-born winger defied belief on this slicing run, rolling the first defender like a Day 5 pitch before veering infield through the Taranaki defence with many diving tacklers failing to land a hand on him.
The 29-year-old who debuted with Counties in 2012, signed a 2-year deal with the Canberra based Super franchise after three seasons with the Chiefs. He will compete with Henry Speight and Lausii Taliauli for a starting spot, with Chance Peni, James Dargaville and Andrew Muirhead unconfirmed yet for next season.
If he can continue his Mitre 10 Cup form into next year, the Brumbies may have found a nice bargain.
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