Eddie Jones slams officials as Wales get apology for disallowed try

Posted February 16, 2018

Newman ruled that England wing Anthony Watson got his hand to the ball in the in-goal area ahead of Anscombe during England's 12-6 win at Twickenham last Sunday.

Wales coach Warren Gatland, speaking after full-time, said televison match official Glenn Newman, his fellow New Zealander, had made a "terrible mistake".

"We were confident once we saw the first replay [that it was a try]", Anscombe, the man who was denied, said following Saturday's match.

The Lelos are now ranked 12th in the world, two places ahead of Italy who continually face scrutiny over their inclusion in the Six Nations over the eastern European nation.

Wales assistant coach Rob Howley said Tuesday the TMO's ruling was "disappointing" but that "there was plenty of time after that decision".

'In accordance with law 21.1 b, Wales should have been awarded a try as the Wales player grounded the ball'. So it's been nice to have a look at those two boys and they'll be options to look at in the June series to take them on tour, as we've done consistently where we look to take a couple of apprentices and keep adding to the squad.

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The England pack took part in scrum and lineout sessions at Latymer Upper School as part of a two-day training session with Milton Haig's side, and Jones believes it will benefit them in their NatWest 6 Nations campaign.

In staying with the reigning PRO-14 champions, they remain eligible to be selected for Wales.

Fly-half Dan Biggar and No 8 Taulupe Faletau, both yet to feature in this season's Six Nations because of injuries, are also on the way back. "England's kicking game was outstanding and we expect no different in Ireland", Howley said. We've got to trust the referees, respect their integrity. One side's won, one side's lost.

"A lot of our players are familiar with the Irish players, and we will go there with a great chance of putting them under pressure".

Jones' squad is made up largely of the same players that have featured in the championship so far this month, with loosehead prop Joe Marler joining Haskell in returning from suspension, while Hughes is included after making his comeback from a two-month knee injury in Wasps' 44-22 victory over Harlequins on Sunday.

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