WAISALE'S Serevi magnificent try during 2007 Hong Kong 7s tournament is being regarded as one of the tournament's golden moments.
With less than seven days before the Cathay Pacific HSBC tournament kicks off, the legendary 7s player recalls his try as one of the best.
Serevi scored arguably the most-talked about try in the history of the Sevens World Series as he helped Fiji beat New Zealand 21-12 to book their place in the final.
He danced his way past two defenders and threw a dummy past Tomasi Cama. Serevi passed the ball to Mosese who stepped inside committing Cama and Lote Raikabula before off-loading to Serevi who strolled to the tryline with the in one hand.
Serevi looks back on the occasion with great pride for himself and Fiji, despite going on to lose to Samoa in the final.
"Fiji and NZ are always competitive on the field," Serevi told irb.com.
"I can remember that year when the score was close. I was just counting, one will tackle, one will get the ball, they need one guy.
"I was running from post to post, and was yelling 'get it get it'.
"When I took the ball I saw two New Zealand players. I stepped one, and then stepped the second and just ran. They thought I will pass so I dummied and went again.
"Then I passed, he stepped, I went behind him, and he passed back. I ran like I was running from Fiji to Australia, I was so tired. It was a great game but it felt good when I scored the try," he said.
Fiji failed to contain Samoa in the final despite their win over New Zealand in the semi-final.