When we were awarded the Penalty Try in the GF I thought it was the right decision. Gould, who I know was biased, kept on making the comment that you couldn't be sure he would have grounded it. This is a statement I have heard over and over again when penalty try possibles of the past were disallowed. IF the requirement to award a penalty try was that you had to be sure that he would have scored was the measure then surely no penalty try would ever be awarded. The measure should be on "the balance of probabilities" or "that a try was likely to be scored." Does anyone know what the actual wording is for a penalty try to be awarded.