2022 NSW Super W Waratahs prop Eva Karpani scores epic highlights from 60m test video

Another week, another Waratahs Super W victory and another memorable try.

This time it was Eva Karpani who stole the show with a runaway 60m effort at SCG today as defending champions NSW cruised to a 67-10 win over the Rebels.

“Just outstanding,” Olympic gold medalist Chloe Dalton told Stan Sport.

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“The try for the match, it has to be.”

Incredibly, Mahalia Murphy scored five tries to continue her scintillating form but was overshadowed by Karpani.

Last week, it was teammate Bridie O’Gorman who went viral with her athletic five-pointer against the Force.

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“I think it’s better, she deserved a soft drink after that game,” Wallabies legend Tim Horan said of Karpani’s efforts.

“She ran 60 yards.”

The Waratahs have now won 20 games in a row.

“You say winning is a habit, it’s a rite of passage now,” Justin Harrison said on Stan Sport.

The Waratahs look to be on a big final collision course with the Fijiana Drua, who crushed the Force 45-17 today.

The Drua led 45-0 at half-time before slowing down at the Leichhardt Oval.

“We just remembered why we are here,” Force captain Trilleen Pomare said of a much better second half.

“We have, I think, nine mums in our team, they’ve all left their babies at home, that’s what we do. We just have to remember why we’re here and go back and give up this first half. It was horrible .

“We just have to keep building, we have more in the tank and we’re still scratching the surface.”

Sean Maloney and Andrew Mehrtens are back in new team colors this week as they discuss Super Rugby Pacific, the penultimate round of the Six Nations and all things Super W with the star of BrumbiesJemima McCalman

In Friday’s game, the Reds held on to beat the Brumbies 15-10 in Canberra.

Player of the match Liz Patu scored two tries for Queensland including the decisive goal in the 73rd minute.

Reds prop Madi Schuck and Brumbies captain Rebecca Smyth were the other try scorers.

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