Hi all! Sorry i have started a new thread on this topic but i havent been on the last couple of days as i have been one of the unfortunate Telstra users that couldnt get on to the forum the last couple of days. But i am back and with a vengance!!. (Thanks to Dan for working so hard to fix the problem too!!) After a review of the two tries from the Manly vs Cowboys game in HD on Fox not Channel Nein substandard SD broadcast. I have ruled that the two tries in question are completely legitimate. I have ruled that Jorge Tafua actually grounded the ball on first attempt albeit by a blade of grass or two, regardless of this his second putdown was legit also. Due to the fact he was always moving toward the tryline and did not promote the ball illegally thus grounding the ball for a try. I would also like to hand down the ruling for Oldfields second try as completely legitimate albeit lucky in its nature. Keiran Foran at no stage propels the ball toward the Cowboys tryline he actually has his right arm and right hand palm facing back towards the Manly tryline in the direction of Jamie Lyon as he is trying to bat the ball down towards Jamie as he has no value in hitting the ball dead. Unlike Jonathan Thurston whos hidden right arm which is covered by Keiran Forans right arm has the palm of his right hand facing in the direction that the ball travels. Even if Foran touches the ball he propels it backwards just before Thurstons hand sweeps it toward the in goal. Thus removing the knock on doubt. Resulting in a legitimate but very lucky try. The only time the Video Ref has made an error was to use the "Benefit of the Doubt" button as there is actually no doubt that these are both 100% Try's. Ironically Bill Harrogant has bucked his trend of denial of errors all year, to come out and say they got it wrong. Funny that?? Cement Truck anyone????