Exeter Chiefs may have claimed a comfortable victory over London Irish in Sunday's Premiership action but that didn't stop the Exiles scoring a few brilliant tries in 28-45 defeat.
20-year-old winger Ollie Hassell-Collins stepped up against Exeter to score one of the tries of the season, continuing this season's trend of young wingers starring in the Premiership.
Hassell-Collins got the ball on the wing from a pass from Barney Maddison and went charging down the flank shrugging off Nic White's attempted tackle before skinning Jack Nowell with his pace.
He beat Gareth Steenson and Luke Cowan-Dickie with his step inside before stepping Stuart Hogg with his final step to score.
— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) January 6, 2020
He made over 86 running metres in the game claiming two clean breaks in a solid performance despite the loss.
His try was hailed by both the Exeter Chiefs and London Irish Twitter accounts.
52 That is one heck of a TRY for London Irish. Ollie Hassell-Collins slalomed his way through from about 40m out.— Exeter Chiefs (@ExeterChiefs) January 5, 2020
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Hassell-Collins came through the AASE Scheme to earn himself a senior academy contract at London Irish at the start of the 2017/18 season. Representing England U18s as well as the England u20s last season.