Re-live the amazing try former Bulldogs front-rower David Gillespie scored against the Kiwis in 1995.
The Kangaroos tackle the Kiwis on three occassions during the middle of the 1995 season.
The green and gold won all three matches, but the best moment of the three games came in the form of David Gillespie crossing for the final try of the third game that wrapped up the series for Australia.
The ball started with Matthew Johns who skipped across field to find a rampaging Paul Harragon, before he off loaded the ball to Trevor Gillmeister who through a speculator out the back that landed in the hands of a number of Kangaroos players, before fullback Tim Brasher got hold of the ball and split the Kiwi defence.
He came to the fullback Matthew Ridge and as he looked for support he found David "Cement" Gillespie steaming on his outside.
Brasher drew the fullback in and found a rampaging Gillespie to send him on his way and plant the ball under the post for the Kangaroos and seal victory.
Gillespie's try in the final moments gave Australia a 46-10 victory and a three nil series win.
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