penalty goal


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penalty goal

1. Awarded if the umpire considers that a goal would have been scored but for a foul by the defending side.
2. Goal scored direct from a penalty kick; worth three points.
Translations
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penalty goal

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Vale's forwards eventually established a good position near the home line and Thomas snapped up a 25th minute touchdown converted by Lewis who added a 336th minute penalty goal.
Flanker Matt Green and centre Steve Summer were the try-scoring beneficiaries of the flimsy tackling with Andrew Baggett, an acquisition from Wharfdale for this season, adding one conversion before Alistair Bressington opened Stours' account with a penalty goal.
The Ospreys having dominated the opening phases of the match struck after eight minutes with a penalty goal by fly-half Shaun Connor, punishing Edinburgh for an offside offence at the maul.
In the second half No 8 Berwyn Jones reduced the arrears further but it was left for skipper Peredur Ellis to ensure the points with a penalty goal midway through the second period which gave his side the lead for the first time.
Edmonds' conversion and a late penalty goal to opposite number Sweeney gave last season's Cup runners-up a deserved 14-3 lead at half-time.
Weston finally managed a reply with a penalty goal from Coleman, who also converted Paul Redman's try, but the day belonged to Cheltenham.
Prop Seibold gave the Broncos a lifeline with a fine try in the 60th minute but another penalty goal by Harris gave Leeds the edge.
Then, midway through the half, Lewis increased Vale's lead with another penalty goal from in front of the posts.
After weathering five minutes of initial storm from Halifax, Nuns applied their own lengthy period of pressure before taking the lead with a penalty goal from Rickie Aley, who then converted a try from a penalty lineout drive by prop Tim Pickard.
Edmonds' conversion and a late penalty goal for opposite number Sweeney saw last season's Cup runners-up deservedly lead 14-3 at half-time.
A pushover try scored by Gavin Woods and a penalty from Murray King put Chester on the scoreboard but at half-time they trailed 10-13 following a further penalty goal from Vale.
Skipper Mike Clare scored the other Penarth try and Danny Brookman kicked eight points, but David Vodden (2), Ian Moorcraft and Neil Isherwood scored Old Pens' tries and player-coach John Calderley kicked two conversions and a penalty goal.