Sometimes, it feels as though there's an unwritten rule in GAA that should you run into traffic and as a result be harried by an opposition player, you'll be allowed a few extra steps with the ball in hand.
Clonmel Commercials led by two points two minutes into injury time against Ballyboden St. Enda's in the All-Ireland Club Championship semi-final.
First a point from Andrew Kerin and then captain Darragh Nelson drew the Dublin side level to force extra-time.
Should Nelson's point have been allowed though?
Looking at the replay, certainly not. The Ballyboden centre-back undoubtedly took an excessive amount of steps - approximately 12 in total - before firing over the equalising score.
I counted 14 steps Nelson took for the equalising point. Didn't play the ball once. Shocking decision by the ref
— Colm Parkinson (@Woolberto) February 13, 2016
Ballyboden took control of the game in extra-time, winning by five points on a scoreline of 0-15 to 0-10.