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Dagg's display throughout was what we have come to expect from this Rolls-Royce of a full-back, even after a quiet Rugby Championship by his standards.
But for one moment and one moment only, Dagg makes this list.
Australia had started well and Quade Cooper had put points on the board. But in their first serious foray deep into Wallaby territory, the deep-lying Dagg spotted his chance and pounced like a jungle cat on its prey.
Australia hooker Stephen Moore had clumsily found himself defending a rather wide blindside channel and as the ball was recycled, Dagg sensed the chance, came screaming across the field to take the ball from Aaron Cruden and was past the unfortunate Moore before he knew what had happened.
In a heartbeat, Dagg had created a two-on-one with Julian Savea outside him and Adam Ashley-Cooper with no option but to go for Dagg.
With the wing committed, Dagg’s simple pass was all it took for Savea to skate home. Fast, clinical, deadly.