Found a slightly more expansive report on Rowntree's comments, seems to
agree with the suspicion that Walsh says one thing before the game and does
another during it:
"Rowntree is "annoyed" by the way Walsh handled both the scrum and the
breakdown, two key areas which Wales dominated as they stormed to a record
victory and the Six Nations title.
"Wales are said to have admitted privately after the match that they
collapsed the scrum on six occasions but it was England, unable to hold them
up, who were penalised.
"England also have issues with the key turnover which led to Alex Cuthbert's
first try, a moment head coach Stuart Lancaster described as "the tipping
point" in the game.
**"Rowntree suggested the message he received in his pre-match meeting with
Walsh was not followed through into the game and he wants to ask the IRB's
referee's chief Joel Jutge why."**
Meanwhile here's the turnover specifically mentioned by England:
What do the collective brains of RSRU make of it? Illegal or not?