Does anyone else think that the decision to award Inglis a penalty try was a tad generous ? My understanding of a penalty try is for situations where an illegal act stops a definite try. Inglis still had to catch the ball, get to the line and then ground it. Granted the odds were in his favour, but how often have we seen players tackled and rolled over to prevent a grounding when a try looked certain. I wonder if they would have been so generous if that was the try that put souths ahead in a closer game.