Belfast Telegraph

A captain's display

The Ulster and Ireland rugby player Rory Best acquitted himself well yesterday in the emphatic Irish victory over Scotland during the Six Nations championship in Dublin. Rory was a captain courageous who led from the front, and he helped to lay the foundation of the Irish victory with his spectacular try early on.

It is a great honour for anyone to captain a national side, and the icing on the cake for Rory was to score a try for the winning team. This was undoubtedly one of the truly "best" days in the talented career of one of Ulster's most-respected sportsmen.


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