Vote for your Topps Tiles Try-Umph of the Month before midnight today (Monday) and you will be in the draw to win a shirt signed by the winning player.
Leicester Tigers scored nine tries in the opening two games of the campaign during September and we've compiled a shortlist of three from those highlights as we seek to find our first Topps Tiles Try-Umph of the Month.
Throughout the season, we ask supporters to vote for their top pick in conjunction with club main partners Topps Tiles and every voter is also included in a draw to win a Tigers shirt signed by the winning player.
Here is your shortlist for the Topps Tiles Try-Umph of the Month among the highlights from September:
Freddie Steward (v Exeter Chiefs, Gallagher Premiership, Round 1)
A triumph for continuity and support play ends with full-back Freddie Steward diving in to score the team’s first try of the season. Forwards and backs build pressure, with Nemani Nadolo and Ellis Genge attacking in front of the posts, before George Ford releases a perfect pass for Freddie to cut through on the right.
Nic Dolly (v Exeter Chiefs, Gallagher Premiership, Round 1)
Tigers hooker Nic Dolly began a prolific start to the season with this, the first of his double against Exeter. After throwing-in at the lineout in the right-hand corner, Nic joins the back of the maul and protects possession as he joins the push towards the whitewash before dotting down.
Harry Potter (v Gloucester Rugby, Gallagher Premiership Round 2)
The match at Kingsholm was finely balanced with Tigers six points in front during the second half when Ben Youngs fields a clearing kick on the touchline and finds Harry Potter with a quick pass just inside Gloucester territory. The wing breaks the defensive line and charges on another 40 metres before brushing off a final tackler and reaching out to score.
Voting is open until midnight on Monday (October 18).