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The "No Try" - DCE kick, Lyon scores. Why?

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Brissie Kid, Sep 28, 2013.

  1. Brissie Kid

    Brissie Kid Well-Known Member

    +1,177 /19
    Anyone know why the "No Try" came up for the try where DCE grubber kicked through over the line & Lyon picked it up for a try? If they ruled DCE did a knock on, how do they equate it with this from benji in a final?

  2. MissKate

    MissKate Well-Known Member Premium Member

    +1,621 /7
    No try is correct, bungi's should have been a no try also. Typical tigers charity donation case
  3. MWSE

    MWSE Well-Known Member

    +335 /2
    My understanding is that technically you have to be going for goal to kick a drop goal. I imagine Marshall's position on the field justified that.

    Or I could be completely wrong in assuming that NRL refs are competent at their job.
  4. HoldenV8

    HoldenV8 Well-Known Member

    +10,530 /173
    If Benji was going for a field goal, why was he looking at his backline?

    Oh well, reality is the refs got it wrong then and got it right last night. Not that it mattered, we still won :)
  5. The Who

    The Who Well-Known Member Premium Member

    +7,250 /173
    I was at the game and I think the penalties were 7-2 to Souffs. I can't seem to find the stats. Why don't they publish them?
    Any theories why Souffs always win the penalty counts?
  6. HappilyManly

    HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +19,030 /367

    I would rather Manly win the match than the penalty count :)

    5 - 3 was the Penalty count at the end, to Souths
  7. Fluffy

    Fluffy Well-Known Member

    +5,626 /204
    4 - 1 at half time, we won the second half penalty count 2 -1.

    Souths only received 1 penalty in the final 60 minutes - it showed

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