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    Default PK and time

    At the end of the first half Aus took a PK.
    When the ball was struck the clock was well into the Red .. about 40:15 .

    Why did they restart ?

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    I think they should annul the result and replay it on Monday.

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    Default Re: PK and time

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    At the end of the first half Aus took a PK.
    When the ball was struck the clock was well into the Red .. about 40:15 .

    Why did they restart ?
    don't know but Garces was clear before time was up that they would restart.

    Maybe the clock should have been stopped earlier, idk

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    Default Re: PK and time

    Didn't he say it was because the PK was awarded before 39 minutes - therefore the one minute allocated for the kick did not take the time over 40 minutes. Owens said something similar in the NZ game when a try was scored with less than 90 seconds to go (ie NOT enough time to restart).
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    Default Re: PK and time

    He did specifically tell England that there would be a re-start before the kick was taken. I suspected that he knew that there was error in watch-stopping.
    Be reasonable - do it my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damo View Post
    Didn't he say it was because the PK was awarded before 39 minutes - therefore the one minute allocated for the kick did not take the time over 40 minutes. Owens said something similar in the NZ game when a try was scored with less than 90 seconds to go (ie NOT enough time to restart).
    I didn't hear/see the Owens incident but that shouldn't necessarily be the case. If a try is scored with less than 90 seconds remaining the kicker may use up the time and thereby end the half. But he may also take a quick conversion (or even decline to take the conversion) in which case there should be a restart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    I didn't hear/see the Owens incident but that shouldn't necessarily be the case. If a try is scored with less than 90 seconds remaining the kicker may use up the time and thereby end the half. But he may also take a quick conversion (or even decline to take the conversion) in which case there should be a restart.
    True. Yes I agree.
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