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The Salsa Line Out Move Has Resulted In Two Of The Oddest Tries You Will Ever Imagine

The salsa line out move seems to guarantee scores.

Over the years we have all seen how teams devise line out calls in order to protect possession and create scoring opportunities.

Tony Woodcock’s try in the final of the 2011 World Cup final is probably one of the best examples of how to surprise an opponent with a well rehearsed out move.

However a new craze seems to be catching on, whereby teams salsa dance before the ball is thrown in to confuse their opposition.

Initiated by Oratory 2nd Team back in 2009, it was then perfected by Roscrea in February of last year, who managed to score a try from this odd call.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl6KYJCIrbk

Alan Drumm, Pundit Arena

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