Um?! It was 5 tries each, the only kick Holmes missed was his last try which was his hardest of the night - but realistically didn't matter if he missed or not.The taking the 2 points perspective
At the end of the night we were not good enough to win with 26 points
and were out scored by 5 tries to four
Both kicks Garrick missed were from the right hand side less than 10m in from touch.
The other 3 were gimmes.
Holmes had 4 gimmes - letting him run around closer to the posts from his first try is one of those 1%ers that may well have cost the game also.
Taking the 2 right in front is a gimme which to me is why you should take them, no matter how good a kicker you are or how well you're hitting them 2 points is 2 points and there's nothing like scoreboard pressure.
Holmes average this year is 81% so his 4/5 is on par
Garrick 75% so his 3/5 is below par, so is 4/6 if he takes the 2 in front but proves crucial when it counted.