SCORING his final career try against Fiji is a memory that sevens legend Santiago Gomez Cora will always cherish in his post rugby days.
Now, as the new Argentina 7s coach, the International Rugby Boards Sevens all-time leading try scorer with 230 tries says he wants to pass down his tactics to the current generation of players.
The former Argentina speedster said playing against Fiji was a privilege.
"Playing Fiji and New Zealand is always special for me," he said.
"And scoring my last try in my final tournament at Edinburgh was one of my best rugby memories.
"We beat Fiji in that plate semi-final before losing to Scotland in the final."
The 35-year-old said the natural Fijian flair and skills made it difficult to overcome the Fijians.
However, he has mastered his own way of defeating Fijian defenders to cross the white wash.
"Everyone knows Fijian players have the natural instinct and rugby skills. I have scored many tries against them but I have to come up with a tactic on how to beat them.
"I always seize the opportunity when in possession, I have quick decisions in order to beat them.
"I use the footwork or kick and chase to use my speed but I have to make the right decision always against Fiji.
"That is something that I want to pass on to my players at upcoming tournaments."
Argentina lost 10-19 to the Wardens rugby club, playing as the Fiji Barbarians during the FIJI Water Centennial International 7s tournament last week.
Gomez Cora said the Centennial 7s was a perfect build-up for his boys before the Gold Coast tournament.