As part of the celebrations of a quarter of a century of rugby in what is now the Heineken Champions Cup, EPCR and Official Partner Tissot have come together to create a new strand of online content that will give you the chance to select the best try, place kick and drop goal since the tournament started in 1995.

Tissot 10s have seen video vignettes of a selection of best moments from each category published on official channels of the tournament from October 9.

Once all of the shortlisted events have been revealed, fans will have the chance to vote for their favourite through, with the winner of each section determined by a combination of the public vote and a panel of experts, whose debate of them will also be carried across EPCR’s digital platforms.

The activation will not only celebrate the relationship between EPCR and its high-quality timing partner but will also showcase some of the moments that have made the Heineken Champions Cup ‘The One to Win’ over the past quarter of a century, with a range of world-class tries, some stunning drop goals and place kicks converted in testing circumstances and with the eyes of the watching world on the kicker.

Today’s Tissot 10 try takes us all the way back to the 2009/10 when Biarritz wing Takudzwa Ngwenya scored a stunning 80-metre try in San Sebastián during the French side’s Heineken Cup quarter-final win over Ospreys in April 2010.