Dragons rookie Cody Ramsey scored a spectacular acrobatic try to take the Red V to the NRL Nines semi-final which saw Penrith kicked out in the dying seconds.
But Ramsey, who scored two tries earlier in the game and was likened to tennis legend Bjorn Borg in commentary due to his flowing locks, was clearly in touch.
Referee Ben Cummins, however, awarded the try amid protests from Penrith’s players and gave the score to the Red V
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The Dragons were trailing 14-13 to the Panthers, in the last second when Ben Hunt hoisted the ball up into the air.
Ramsey caught the ball on the full, but as he did so a Panthers defender was coming across to shut him down.
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The Dragons player got up to celebrate, when all eyes turned to Cummins and his referee blew his whistle to award the try.
Replays clearly showed Ramsey was in touch, but due to the fast nature of Nines, there is no bunker.
As a consequence Cummins had to call it as he saw it.
Boos rang around HBF Park in Perth, but Ramsey said there was nothing he could do about it.
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“I would’ve liked to got it in-goal,” the young gun told Fox League.
“I thought I got it, but it’s up to the refs. It’s not me, I’m the one trying to do it.”