• Sat. Oct 29th, 2022

Rugby league fans were baffled by a no-try decision in the Warriors’ clash with the Knights on Friday night.

Mar 19, 2021

With the Knights in the lead, Warriors hooker Wayde Egan hoped to level the scores before half time as he darted over from dummy half.
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The try was awarded, but as per the new rules, the bunker reviewed the play while Chanel Harris-Tavita set up to convert.
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The bunker wanted to look at Egans grounding and ended up overruling the on-field decision.
The Warriors were instead awarded a penalty for Newcastles markers being off-side.
Bunker denies Egan, baffles everyone!
They went on to score in the next set but Fox League Analyst Greg Alexander was confused by the decision.
The bunker said he lost control of the ball and Id argue that all day long. He did not lose control of that football, theres no way he lost control, Alexander said.
The right hand never left the footy.
Fans joined Alexander in questioning the call.
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well, if the markers aren’t square why not give a penalty try?
— Aaron Wallace (@wallyscr) March 19, 2021
How is that not a try? These clowns spent all summer figuring out new ways to cripple the game.
— Nick Tedeschi (@Tedeschi8181) March 19, 2021