I watched the game in a pub with French commentary so you'll have to excuse me as I wasn't 100% sure on why the two of the tries were disallowed.
The one over on Catalans right wing where the player stepped inside, away from the "obstructed" tackler (the winger Hodgson IIRC), was fine imo, he wouldn't have got to the player anyway.
The other one was Menzies miracle knock back from near the dead ball line, I assume it was disallowed for his foot being on the line but it looked to me like his foot was still in the field of play. Have we done away with the benefit of doubt award because that would have been the case there. I didn't see any angles that suggested his foot was definitely out.
(Apologies if these weren't the reasons for disallowing them!)
Quite right OF, the two tries were chalked off for those reasons the first was never obstruction as neither player could avoid the accidental collision but what an amazing finish from young Escaré who is getting better with each game, "the french SamTomkins" as one journo called him and the other has to be given as there is no real reason it should have been disallowed, the ref or VR shold be looking for a reason why a try shouldn't be awarded rather than find a reason why it should !
Great entertainment despite the unfair VR decisions, even the HKR fanss would agree with that and some excellent individual performances with Geg Eden looking the class act he is with Dobbo kicking the vital points under extreme pressure from the partisan crowd - too many good HKR performances to trwal through but a special word for Paterson who was immense and Burns whe was a constant thorn in the side. For the Catalans apart from Escaré, MOM Casty was again superb and dangerous every time he had possession and Larroyer looks the real deal. Vaccari, Duport and Simon all worked their socks off (all french players please note !)
outrageous result for the Dragons who deserved better tho' they will be hoping like Mr Hudgell that it all evens out in the end...