Still got it! The 5 oldest try-scorers in the history of the Six Nations
The Guinness Six Nations is seen by many as the best and toughest annual competition in the world, meaning that players need to be in peak physical condition to compete.
These players have proven that, despite their advancing years, they can still cut it with the very best.
Here are the six old oldest try-scorers in Six Nations history.
The winger won the last of his 65 caps for France in the defeat to Argentina in the World Cup bronze-medal match in October 2007. His final Six Nations try had come earlier that year to help Les Bleus to a 32-21 win against Wales at Stade de France.
4. Allan Bateman
He became known as “The Clamp” in his rugby league days because of the ferocity of his tackling. The Wales and Lions centre scored his final Six Nations try, aged 34 years and 350 days, in a 47-16 win against Italy at the Millennium Stadium.