The Junior Wallabies went two from two start their World Rugby u20 Championship with a convincing 45-17 victory over Ireland in their crunch Pool B match up.
An ill-disciplined first half saw Australia go down a man for 10 minutes before Irish second-rower Ryan Baird was given his marching orders 20 minutes into the encounter.
Australia really took control of the game after the hour mark scoring five unanswered tries on their way to victory.
One of those tries was this absolutely brilliant solo effort from second rower Nick Frost.
Frost took the restart well before leaving one Irish defender in his wake before handing off Irish stand-off Jake Flannery.
He raced down the touchline to score out wide.
— World Rugby (@WorldRugby) June 8, 2019
Frost spent time at the Crusaders before Rugby Australia and the Brumbies enticed the promising lock back to Australia and he signed with the Brumbies for the 2020 Super Rugby season.