WATCH: Police Sergeant rugby tackles man in the middle of a press conference
What a tackle from this police sergeant!
This man was in the middle of a press conference discussing some pretty mundane matters when a man ran into the screen after he supposedly harassed a woman on the street behind him. The tackle itself was perfect. Great footwork, nice paddling footsteps before the initial contact. And to finish the Sergeant asserts his dominance with a good leg drive.
Can someone get him a Wallabies contract?
CREDIT: Nine News Australia
In other news: Super Rugby semi finalists confirmed
Following the completion of the four quarter-finals the semi-finalists for the 2019 Super Rugby tournament have been confirmed by SANZAAR in accordance with the tournament rules.
Semi-Final 1: Winner Quarter-Final 1 v Winner Quarter-Final 2
Semi-Final 2: Winner Quarter-Final 3 v Winner Quarter-Final 4
The Semi-Final hosts are the winners of the quarter-finals with the higher finals ranking.
Quarter-Final 1: Crusaders  beat Highlanders  38-14 in Christchurch
Quarter-Final 2: Hurricanes  beat Bulls  35-28 in Wellington
Quarter-Final 3: Jaguares  beat Chiefs  21-16 in Buenos Aires
Quarter-Final 4: Brumbies  beat Sharks  38-13 in Canberra
Semi-Final Draw (all times local)
Semi-Final 1: Saturday 29 June
Crusaders  v Hurricanes  @ Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch (19:35)
Semi-Final 2: Friday 28 June
Jaguares  v Brumbies  @ Jose Amalfitani Stdium, Buenos Aires (20:05)
Final Draw: (highest ranked team to host): sergeant
Final: Winner SF1 v Winner SF 2
Flyhalf Will Harrison has been cleared from a concussion alongside Aussie 7s squad member Triston Reilly who will return to the wing. Pata Tafa is available for selection after serving a one match suspension received from World Rugby judiciary and returns via the bench.
Australia comes into the final after defeating tournament hosts Argentina 34-14 in the semi-finals and will be looking to prevent defending champions France U20s from going back to back.
This is the second time the Junior Wallabies have made the final with their last appearance against New Zealand in Argentina in 2010. Least he isn’t a police sergeant.