On November 10, 1993 Canada's national rugby team defeated Wales 26 - 24 in front of 27,000 shocked Welsh supporters at the historic Cardiff Arms Park.
Eight penalties from centre Neil Jenkins saw the home side 24-19 ahead as the game went into the dying seconds.
In a final, desperate attack, Steve Gray salvaged a ball heading into touch and passed it to Al Charron, Canadian rugby's most-capped player and perhaps its greatest servant. The lock crashed over, leaving a tricky conversion for Rees.
Fly-half Gareth Rees , who had enjoyed a superb game, was on the point of joining Newport, but showed no mixed emotions as he delivered the killer blow.
Captain Ian Stuart scored Canada's other try.