18 May, 15:44
It's down to the wire now for the five contenders who have been shortlisted for the ultimate individual accolade in northern hemisphere rugby, ERC European Player of the Year 2013.
"To win the game with a try was doubly special for me," said Webster
"We kept the ball for quite a few phases and normally you don't want to kick the ball away but I saw no one in the defence was sweeping back so I thought why not and rolled the dice.
"Fortunately it worked out and I was chuffed to score, it was really important.
"It has been a hard couple of days, conditions have been difficult and we had to get our head around the game. I have never played behind closed doors before and the last time I played in front of so few people was probably under 7's.
"It was a strange atmosphere in there but it makes it even better that we managed to come away with the win.
"Hopefully all the fans will be warm at home enjoying that result."
The 29-year-old has struggled with Achilles in recent times but is just glad to be back doing what he does best.
"It has been a long time on the sidelines and there have been some dark days," added Webster.
"I have not been much fun to live with for the past 18 months, but that is all part of sport.
"I have been working hard on my rehab and I have to say that I am now on first-name terms with all the old ladies in the swimming pool at the Leisure Centre.
"I hope to concentrate on earning my place in the team, but I also know there is strong competition. If I can play as well as I think I can, then that will be enough for me in terms of immediate ambition."