Video: Kiwi flanker shoulder charges out-half into next dimension
This is what you would call a block-rocking beat.
Bernard Jackman's Grenoble got their Top 14 season back on track with a 20-18 victory over Montpellier and did it the hard way.
Charl McLeod and Rory Grice were both sin-binned and it took a late Jonathan Wisniewski penalty to seal the victory.
Grice's yellow card was the most merited caution we have seen in a long, long time. The New Zealander lined up Montpellier out-half Ben Lucas and shoulder charged him with everything he had.
Lucas was treated on the field but, understandably, when you look at the impact, he was subbed off for Enzo Selponi.