Paul Wellens scores try for Great Britain in Australia in 2006
Paul Wellens finishes off a stunning Sean Long break to score for Great Britain in their 2006 Tri-Nations series match against Australia.
The St Helens legend, who has announced he is retiring from the game after a hip injury, crosses the line to score for Great Britain in a famous 23-12 victory in Sydney.
The 35-year-old full-back spent his entire career with Saints, making 495 appearances and scoring more than 1,000 points, winning every domestic honour during 17 years as a player as well as representing England and Great Britain.
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