The footage I saw at the time, and I believe was the footage the TMO was watching, showed an angle from behind the line where Stretts appeared to touch the ball down over his shoulder before being turned back out of the in-goal area. The other footage showed his body very clearly over the line before he was turned back. Therefore IMHO the try should have been awarded. However, it won't appear in any of the record books so no try, move on.
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