While focusing on the AFL’s new « stand » order for the man on the mark – not to mention the medical replacement – Carlton’s Ed Curnow seems to have forgotten another controversial rule.
The Blues had A surprising head start mid-term when Curnow was caught running through Jack Riewoldt’s sanctuary.
As you can see in the video above the injury, Richmond landed a 50-yard penalty and a single shot on goal.
“Somehow we had forgotten about everything else. Maybe Curnow did too. Blues fans hate it. “
Riewoldt duly shot through his free shot to start a three-way run for the Tigers.
Former Essendon captain Jobe Watson said the referee made a mistake moments before when Jack was Silvagni’s strong attempt to bring down Kamdyn McIntosh was not rewarded.
“We’re seeing a fantastic Silvagni chase here. I felt like it should have been rewarded with holding the ball, « said Watson.
» Unfortunately the ball kept moving, the Carlton players were out of position. Richmond got it back and then Riewoldt got a gift from an infringement.
« I think it was a wrong decision by the umpire (not to grant Silvagni a free kick). »
The great Hawthorn Luke Hodge said that it was not paid because the referee had the feeling that the device was not sticking.
Riewoldt’s goal was followed by the majors of Daniel Rioli, Dustin Martin and Josh Caddy, the last of whom received another 50-meter penalty scored.
When Caddons Sam Petrevski-Seton broke the « stand » rule, he shot the big sticks. Caddy’s goal brought Richmond’s half-time advantage to 11 points.
Petrevski-Seton had tried to leave the five-meter zone in order not to be asked to « stand » – but he moved too late.
» That’s the hardest part for a player when there is a crowd. The referee said « Stand » – we could hear it because we have the microphone (in our ears), « he explained.
» The player is 20 meters away from him, he couldn’t hear him and he thought he was secured enough. «
The Petrevski-Seton decision prompted Collingwood’s captain Scott Pendlebury to call upon the AFL to adopt a rule that was not prior to its inception was tested and corrected immediately.
« Man on the mark Rule, east-west movement is the same (50m penalty), north-south does not matter. It is about opening 45 (degree kicks). Common sense please. «
In the meantime, Silvagni was taken out of the game at halftime due to a shoulder injury when former Melbourne player Oscar McDonald became the AFL’s first medical substitute.
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