Just a question to discuss. This one has bugged me for a long time. Why does the benefit of doubt go to the attacking team? Do we say "well that's close enough, we'll just give it"? Shouldn't it only be a try if you can prove a try has been scored? Shouldn't it be assumed that the try has been saved by the defending team if there is no proof of a try has been scored. It's either a try or it's not.