That's not what the Law says is the decider in a knock on or not. The fact it hits the England player before the ground means it is not a knock on.
What we personally feel about that fact is irrelevant to it being a perfectly legal try.
Well this is embarrassing. It does and Nigel explains.Doesn't matter
Heartless people these rugby followers... heartless... They've made the poor girl cry because she looks at her Twitter...Sonia trying like mad to get them to bite but weren't falling for it
Heartless people these rugby followers... heartless... They've made the poor girl cry because she looks at her Twitter...
I thought Farrell was pretty good on his post-match guff... Sonja is taking the Twitter trolling to heart... maybe Martin Bayfield will take over in future instead of the girlies...
btw, seeing as everyone is being asked if they played which seems to be a prerequisite for being allowed to comment.... I never played...
Well this is embarrassing. It does and Nigel explains.
There has been a huge debate over the scores by Josh Adams and Liam Williams in the Triple Crown-clinching victory at the Principality Stadiumwww.walesonline.co.uk
Tbh, I didn’t think she was any worse yesterday then she usually is. Her questions are banal to the point of absurdity ‘how important was it for you to score that try?’, ‘will you miss not having your captain for this game?’ Why she has the job is a complete mystery to me.It is interesting to know if a male interviewer would have received the same level of abuse?
After all, one just has to look at the various rugby threads on ARRSE to see how well females being associated with rugby on TV is tolerated.