I didn't think he'd given the try, I thought he'd put his arm up to indicate that he'd stopped the clock in order to go to the TMO. I may be wrong though.
Quote:On the tv it looked like a try - seemed to come of Batty's head so no knock on.
It's admirable that you won't change your mind, Kidney Stone, just as the referee today didn't:
Not the slightest suggestion of a change of mind I'm afraid. Note the multiple short blasts of the whistle meaning stop/time off rather than the long one which would mean a try.
It is rather confusing that the arm signal for try and time off are the same.
Guess we will have to agree to differ.
I'm cool with that.
You are wrong, he awarded the try then changed his mind.
Apart from that c*%k up I thought he had a fair game.