Myself and @bummer were debating on another thread the advantage rule. My tuppence worth was that in the case of an advantage being awarded against an infraction (not an offense ), then any subsequent infraction within the advantage period (by either side) brings the play back to the original free. Bummer is of the opinion that if the player who was fouled initially, commits an infraction within the advantage period he is penalized and a free given against him.
In defense of my argument, I would make two points, 1. It sounds illogical, It’s not much of an advantage if it can be taken away again. A guy can put the ball out wide and it gets bought back for the free, but he couldn’t (for example), over carry and 2. I have definitely seen inter county refs apply it like I have put it. But being not logical doesn’t mean it isn’t correct and likewise refs applying it wrongly, wouldn’t be unheard of either.
But I have been wrong before on rules when I was 100% sure I was correct. So if anyone has any links or the like that would prove the case one way or the other, it would be great.