Ulster are currently leading 8-3 away to the Scarlets at Parc y Scarlets in Round 3 of the Heineken Champions Cup.
The home side took the lead through a penalty from Rhys Patchell before John Cooney responded in kind to level matters from the tee after six minutes.
The northern province then took the lead just minutes later from a superb scrum setpiece move in their own half.
Billy Burns played an in-behind pass to recently capped Ireland international Will Addison and the former Sale Sharks man did brilliantly to avoid two Scarlets tackles and make ground into their opponents’ half.
Addison then played the ball to Jacob Stockdale who put on the afterburners to stride up the near touchline. With two defenders covering, the Ulster and Ireland winger took a huge step off his left foot to evade one tackle and then used the power generated from that step to produce a superb handoff to take away the final tackle attempt.
Check it out below:
What a try for Ulster! Sensational start! 😍
Try machine Jacob Stockdale puts the finishing touches on a move that went all of 60 meters in 10 seconds! pic.twitter.com/ztDIKofdK3
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