It's only going to be for tries - and it was the Bunker that decided not to allow our two because of obstruction - you can't challenge the Bunker to have another look at what they've already ruled on so it wouldn't have helped us.
Actually, there was one occasion when it might have - when Fusitua was flying through the air and he was knocked over the sideline, maybe they could have looked at whether the "tackler" was using his arms to push him out or just his shoulder in which case he used a shoulder charge to prevent a try and, at the very least, a penalty should have been awarded, if not a penalty try.
NRL360 seem to be saying that the refs won't be awarding tries to the bunker.....hence where the captains challenge comes in... If so that's a good thing, although the captain is likely to be going off what his team mates think..and they will always claim they scored!
Thats not going far enough. It should include penalties and knock ons that could be potentially strips or a good example was when we got penalised for tackling in the air when in fact the tackle had been timed to perfection.
Confident the correct decision will be made. What have we been watching for the last 26 rounds seems like the same confusion but with multiple cameras and commentary to me.
The ref on Sunday told Hoffman his thoughts were just an opinion. He was giving him the facts as it came from the Bunker. I'll repeat again the refs aren't sending the decision up to God they are sending up to a guy to review footage and to give his opinion.
Greenberg needs to stick up for his baby. But confident the correct decision will be delivered they have changed the way they have ruled certain rulings mid game.