Many factors have to come together for a player to top score at a Rugby World Cup.
You have to be fit and in form coming into a tournament that takes place just once every four years – and you need a good team around you. Group games against hapless opponents help too.
One note: the maths might seem pretty simple as top three try-scorers, four World Cups = 12 places. However, in several cases, there are players equal in third spot. Hell, the 2015 World Cup had four third joint top-scorers.
Having no desire to separate players on appearances or any of that nonsense, we’ve included all joint finishers, taking it up to around 18 answers. Surnames only are accepted.
You have four minutes to answer get as many as you can – then let us know how you did. We’d appreciate it if you challenge some pals too. Ta!
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