I largely agree with you Eddie. I found this online in an IRB clarification of the charge down and offside laws. The IRB says: "The act of a charge down is one where an opposition player not in possession of the ball approaches a kicker at close quarters and makes an attempt to block the kick." »
Strange. Both sides moved the ball through the hands, put players into space and scored early tries. Then maybe the word went out… that kind of rugby looks way too effective and entertaining, let's stop it. Both sides then kicked away possession as often as possible and continued to do so despite the ineptitude and the tedium that marked the next hour of play. Suddenly, with five minutes to go Australia realizes they can put on a player who has a second and maybe even a third idea of what to do with the ball… and Beale promptly sets up Folau with a nice inside pass, he offloads and the SA defence looks threadbare outside… the game is won. »
Oh dear… someone who thinks that their childish assertions about the IRB being corruptly biased should never be challenged by anybody else. However the bitter little follow-ups and the whining and complaining while telling others to "suck it up" pretty much says it all. You gotta laugh.