Just wanted to point out the finer details of the RTS try saving tackle where he up ended the guy and thumped him into the turf. What made the tackle possible was the fact a warrior forward (don't know who would have to see the replay) was sprinting his heart out some 3 metres behind the tigers players. The angle the persuing warrior was running made it such that if the tiger tried to run around RTS he would have to slow down and run into the path of the sprinting warrior. Therefore the Tiger player thought he had no choice but to run straight at RTS. My knowledge of playing rugby is that given a one on one with a guy in the midfield you should be able to step him 9 times out of ten, in this case it didn't happen because the hard working warriors chasing from behind shut down the angles. It was a pure reward for hustle.