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In Rugby football, a try celebration is the practice of celebrating the scoring of a try. The celebration may be performed by the tryscorer (most notably), his or her teammates, the manager or coaching staff and/or the supporters of the team. Whilst referring to the celebration of a try in general, the term can also be applied to specific actions, such as a player removing his shirt or performing a somersault.
During Jarryd Hayne's rugby league career, Hayne was known for his post-try celebration nicknamed the 'Hayne Plane'. After scoring a try he would extend both arms to the side and replicate the wings of a plane; the adjacent picture shows the 'Hayne Plane' in action.
Peter Jorgensen scored 32 tries playing for the Panthers. It was during this time that he attracted notice for doing the "aeroplane", a post-try celebration where he would pretend to be a plane, with his arms representing wings.
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