have watched the first half of the game - Nighty didn't do anything wrong in the first 20 or so minutes. In fact he diffused a bomb and showed urgency a couple of times to get to a loose ball before the dogs players. Along with the usual hitups etc. The try you talk about, Nighty received the ball flat footed about 8 metres out from the line with a player already in front of him and 2 others coming across. He came back inside because he would have easily been bundled into touch had he decided to try and make a go of it in the corner. I think most wingers would have either chosen the same path or been taken into touch. I daresay only the stronger wingers like Oates or Radradra would have had an opportunity to score that try - and in my opinion would only have scored it if they came back inside. It had nothing to do with speed at all because there was no real opportunity to score in the corner. Secondly, we bombed 5 tries in that first half - to suggest Nighty's miss was the catalyst for the Bulldogs going on and winning is incorrect in my opinion. In fact, if there was a try bombed due to lack of speed it was Nene's who had space down the side line but was covered initially by Morris who held him up long enough to allow 2 others to come and push him over the sideline. Nene got the ball a good 20 metres out from the line with plenty of space but was too slow to take any advantage. Additionally, when Dugan went off for HIA and Nighty went to fullback, Mann went to the left wing where he was beaten all hands down by the Bulldogs winger with very little space at all. It was a miracle they didn't score down that side - it was just luck that we had cover coming across.