Chester-born Ben Foden provided the moment of the Aviva Premiership weekend with a last-gasp winning score as Northampton Saints beat Harlequins 27-23 in a thrilling contest.
The Northampton full-back, overlooked by new England head coach Eddie Jones for the Six Nations, served up a reminder of his international credentials with a dramatic match-winning try.
Watch: Relive Ben Foden's dramatic winning score for Northampton against Quins
Quins led 23-20 with seconds remaining and would have won the game had Ben Botica found touch with a clearing kick with time up.
However, the ball bounced on the field and Foden recovered and after passes were shipped right, left and right again, Luther Burrell found Foden on his shoulder and the 30-year-old dummied through the defence and over the line to snatch an unforgettable win for the Saints.
The win keeps Northampton's play-off hopes alive with Foden and his team-mates taking on bottom club London Irish next.
Foden grew up in Cholmondeley and played junior rugby for Chester RUFC .
The former Bishop Heber High School pupil made his international debut in 2009 and has won 34 caps, however he has not played a test for England since 2013.
Foden missed the 2015 Six Nations after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and was not selected for the Rugby World Cup last autumn.
England's failure to progress from the group stages resulted in Jones replacing Stuart Lancaster as head coach and Foden will be hoping his performances for Northampton catch the Australian's eye.