Good morning, friends, Just listened to a Will Greenwood podcast (some days that's hard to do), and he laid out an incredible stat, if true. But, it ended up confusing me... The stat was, "In the first 23 minutes of the first half, Fiji only had possession in Samoa's side for 24 seconds - but the score was 12-12." I do understand how a team (particularly Fiji) could score 2 tries with only 24 seconds of possession inside the opposition's half, BUT, they had to kick a conversion after that first try. Those kicks take anywhere up to 3 minutes - is that not time in the opposition's half? If not, the combined time of possession of the two teams will never equal 80 minutes, because every kick is just sort of lost time. Am I imagining this? Or did Will Greenwood tell a very misleading stat? Thanks y'all - love this stuff!