VOTE! Uber Eats Try of the Season 2023

It's time for you to vote on your try of the season for 2023, and with so many great tries it was hard to get it down to just four for both our men and women.

Men’s Uber Eats Try of the Season:

Try A: Jack Welsby. What a try, and what a moment. Arguably the most important try in our 150 year history, as Jack Welsby sent us on our way to winning the World Club Challenge on Australian soil. a line breaking run from Curtis Sironen, off the back of a pass at the line from Jonny Lomax, saw him race away and find the supporting Jack Welsby to cross for our first try of the night.

Try B: Jon Bennison. An absolutely outrageous dummy. An amazing team move supported by some individual brilliance from Jon Bennison to finish it off. The ball swung from right to left and Jon Bennison went through the line with only Matt Dufty to beat, and boy did he beat him, with a dummy having him clutching at thin air.

Try C: Joey Lussick. Huge assist to both Jack Welsby and Tommy Makinson for this one, but it still took some finishing. Jack welsby off the back of fielding a kick through at Magic Weekend, went straight through the line only to be outnumbered on the halfway line and find a pass through to Tommy Makinson, who through an outrageous flick pass to Joey who raced away from a few defenders to touch down in the corner.

Try D: Tommy Makinson. What is it with that heritage kit and beautiful tries. A play the ball on the left side of the field saw the ball go through the hands of five players to find Mark Percival who drew his man and flicked the offload to Makinson to race down the right. The ball then went back inside to Jonny Lomax who found Joe Batchelor, Joe drew the last defenders and got it back to Tommy to touch down in the corner.

You can vote for your try of the season now on our X poll:

Women’s Uber Eats Try of the season:

Try A: Leah Burke. What a try this was against the Women’s Super League South Champions. A fine flowing move from right to left saw the ball land with Luci McColm. She drew her defender and fed the ball wide to League Burke who saw half a chance to run at the line, and that’s all she needs, as she beat three defenders to get to the line and touch down.

Try B: Katie Mottershead. A try started on the halfway line, with a flowing passing move. Amy Taylor took the ball to the line and laid it off to Channy, who played a flat ball to Jodie Cunningham to go through the line, with Katie Mottershead pushing with her. Jodie drew the fullback in and threw the pass inside to Katie to cross under the sticks.

Try C: Eboni Partington. Individual brilliance from Eboni here. Up against Warrington in the Quarter Final of the Challenge Cup with the ball behind the halfway line, Zoe Harris played the ball, and Amy Taylor found Eboni who ran to the line, and went straight through a gap, with nothing but field in front of her she raced away to dive in under the posts.

Try D: Phoebe Hook. History Made. The first ever Women’s Challenge Cup final at Wembley stadium. What a stage to pull off one of the best team tries we’ve seen all season. The ball went from left to right through four pairs of hands to find Zoe Harris, who played a cut out ball to Phoebe Hook, who beat two defenders to touch down in the corner.

You can vote for your try of the season now on our X poll:

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