Then why was it paid as a block by the umpire?Chook f***ing lotto alright.
MRP “It was the view of the MRO that Henderson was contesting the ball and no further action was taken.”
I thought the tribunal made decisions based on outcome?
Marshall out of the game concussed.
Does that not mean in the view of the umpire he wasn’t contesting the ball but blocking the opposition player so that a teammate could mark the ball?
The opposition player, in being blocked by Hendersons’s action, adjudicated by the umpire as an infraction of the rules, is concussed because of this action?
Isn’t this the complete opposite of contesting the ball?