IT is the try that would have made Sydney Roosters fullback James Tedesco and Knights custodian Kalyn Ponga proud.
After beating more than six Wingham Tigers defenders in a regular season game, 13-year-old Port Macquarie Sharks centre Tana Hona could potentially have scored the best junior try in Australia.
The try scored at the Wingham Sporting Complex two weeks before the finals has earned him a spot in the top eight junior tries - or moments - in the country this season.
It was one of about 20 four-pointers he scored as the Sharks claimed back-to-back Group 3 junior rugby league premierships.
"They chucked the ball out to me and I went step, step, step and got through the hole and just ran," the youngster reflected.
"I just tried to get to the corner."
Should Hona be the most voted try over the next four weeks he will not only win a $300 personal sporting voucher, but the Sharks will win $2000 worth of rugby league gear.
That was the most important aspect about the try, although he said it was an "awesome" one to score.
"I'd be really, really happy because my team would get things which would be really helpful," he said.
Mother Patricia said the best way to describe Tana's skill was like the Terminator.
"A lot of people ask how does he get out of (tackles) and he says it's a little bit like Terminator - target, target, target," she said.
"That's how he does it; it's like a robot."
The Sharks then backed up their premiership success of 2018 with a 16-6 victory over Taree Panthers in the 2019 grand final a fortnight ago.
"They went and played the best of the best on the North Coast last weekend and they beat Kempsey too," Mrs Hona said.
Now, the talented centre needs your help.
To help the youngster win the best moment of the year, download the MyLeague app, sign in with an email address, put in a password as well as your first name and last name and date of birth.
Then go down to the middle of the bottom of the screen where it has "moments" and then the leaderboard.
"Every week the bottom two get knocked out and every Sunday the voting starts again," Mrs Hona said.
"If people vote this week then they have to vote next Monday onwards until October 1 for the grand final."
The two least-voted for tries each week over the next month will be eliminated.
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