Bleyendaal and Sailli nominated for Try of the Year

Depite the obvious disappointment of missing out on the overall prize, Munster can be more than pleased with their work in the Champions Cup this season, reaching the semi finals where they would lose to eventual Champions Saracens.

However, Munster may come away with an award yet as Tylor Bleyendaal and Francis Sailli have been nominated for EPCR Champions Cup Try of the Year. Bleyendaal is in contention for the award after his brilliant try in the dismantling of Glasgow in Thomond Park.\_/status/864888276095705088\_/status/864888276095705088

Sailli is nominated after his wonderful team try in the reverse fixture against Glasgow Warriors in Round 5. After brilliant work by Earls to delay the pass that split second, the All Black finished expertly in the corner to secure a 14-12 victory.\_/status/864888265370869760

To vote for either of these efforts or to see the other contenders, click here.

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