Chris Budgen dedicated Saturday's try in Exeter's 33-9 win over Worcester to the memory of his premature twin sons who died recently.
The 39-year-old New Zealander claimed Exeter's final score in their win at Sandy Park - a result which ended their three-game losing streak.
Introduced as a late replacement, Budgen - aided by a hefty shove from his team-mates - burrowed his way over from close range to claim his second score of the Aviva Premiership season and ensured the Chiefs maintained their unbeaten record in the domestic campaign at Sandy Park.
Budgen's celebrations, however, were somewhat subdued as the prop marked his try by making his own special gesture to the skyline above him.
"That was for the boys," said Budgen afterwards.
"I told my wife [Tina] and my son [Dylan] that I would try and do something today. We had the boys' funerals on Thursday and the one promise I made was that I would try and score for them, so when I got that ball today there was no way I was going to stop."