Increase the required video surveillance.
This is the only solution to avoid the regular judge who transformed the glittering Christchurch Super Rugby semi-finals into a lie.
It should have been a celebration night. Instead, the game left an empty feeling.
The legitimacy of the finals, where the crusaders play Jaguares, is also hit. This is simply not good enough.
Perhaps you do not like the potentially intrusive element of the more impact of video trials. Maybe I do not like it.
But rugby must get big moments as it should, so it must let go the sky has a bigger word. There is no other way.
Rugby should be admitted that something terrible is wrong in the night that was then a magnificent lawsuit. This is not the first time and it will not be the last if no changes are made.
During the pulsating conflict between rivals Kivi there were three stages of emotion.
Until Hurricanes, Jordie Barrett, turned a brilliant run just before the halftime, it was boring and snoring with the critters who were convinced of the inevitable but disastrous victory.
Then the refrigerator turned into a thriller thanks to the stone polishing of the other half, in which unmistakable hurricanes were inspired by TJ Perenar and Beauden Barrett.
Then the game went back full-time with the kind of court decision that wants you to throw a brick, or something that is even bigger than the rugby rule, over the television.
What is the purpose of all these rules if they ignore them when they count the most?
Hurricanes were robbed. We were robbed. Men in yellow have deserved the last copy to win the game and that could be great.
Rugby must seek greater integrity in the overwhelming professional sports markets.
Everyone knows that in the last moments hurricanes deserved attack or punishment.
Even Nic Berry will know that he is too late now.
Instead, the crusaders got the ball for a hurricane that did not happen.
To be honest, the decision seemed wrong from the moment Berry did, and he repeated that. Captain of the Crusader Sam Whitelock made a mistake or broke.
But refs are human beings and it is impossible to make every decision in ragbi free for everyone.
Somehow, bigger video surveillance has to come when mass games and titles are on the line, especially in the last minutes when injustice can not be corrected.
The question can not be left to lie.
Because this will happen again, probably in Japan this year.
Exclusive Club …
Another big day for Ponsonby Rugby. The most successful club in the All Black production history (along with the University of Otago) has another name for its impressive award – Sonny Bill Williams.
SBW began her performance at Ponije when the mighty blue and blacks played Grammar Tech on Saturday, thanks to the extraordinary small workload from her mother-in-law, which is (obviously) still the Manuka counts.
Yes Yes. We all know that Ponsonby is not particularly close to the Manuka counts. Just do not sweat.
It is fair to say that a great man is safe and normal rules are not actually applied when he is involved.
SBW will be Ponsonby All Black No. 47, unless you join the other club before the start of the Rugby Championships. And you can not completely dismiss it.
And yet, will it be full in the Manuka districts yet to look for it?
He is a man of many champions and at the same time appears on two honorary counters.
Stay with us.
For my money …
TJ Perenara is a dynamic game in all circles adapted to the way the rug has evolved and should start at full strength All Blacks ahead of Aaron Smith, a fast-moving master.
Hooker Dane Coles is back – for the whole great work Codie Taylor will never have Coles' x-factor. Coles, after all these weird injury problems, should retire the jersey with All Blacks no. Second
And finally, Scott Barrett is so impressive that he deserves a weird start in big tests in his right position in the lock (instead of blind) in front of Brodie Retallicka or Sam Whitelock.
Not to break a big pair of locks for really great games.
But Barrett certainly put pressure on them, a fantastic effort since Retallick-Whitelock pairing the greatest in the history of raging.
Give Barretta the start and now will also reduce wear and tear on Retallick and Whitelock.