**Jayden Hayward has called Treviso home for the last seven years but will bid farewell to Benetton at the end of the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup.**\n\nAs things stand, the full-back will go without being able to say arrivederci to the club’s loyal fanbase in person.\n\nSpectators are not allowed to attend sporting events in Italy until June 1 and with only a visit to Ospreys in the fixture list for that month, the New Zealand-born back is set to move on after that trip to Wales. \n\nThere is a caveat to this and it includes Benetton completing a remarkable turnaround by winning their last two matches in the Rainbow Cup to top the northern hemisphere standings and book a spot in the final against the side which finishes first in the South African section of the competition. \n\nIt has already been confirmed the showpiece game will take place in Europe on June 19 and if the Stadio Monigo outfit can beat Connacht on Saturday and then Ospreys in two weeks' time, there is every chance the franchise would host and feature in the most unlikeliest of finals with their own fans in attendance. \n\n“Yeah, I couldn’t ask for anything better to possibly play my last game for the club in a final. It would be a good way to finish my career here and would be fitting but we will wait and see,” Hayward said with an understandable degree of caution.