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NRL referees boss Tony Archer has hit back at his critics following Neil Henrys broadside at the men in the middle.Gold Coast coach Neil Henry unleashed a measured but impassioned spray at the whistleblowers after his sides 44-28 finals loss to Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night, ending his sides stellar season.Having been pegged as wooden spoon contenders at the start of the year, the Titans defied expectations to finish eighth but had their run ended at the hands of the Broncos following a slew of controversial calls.The Broncos were awarded a penalty try to Jordan Kahu 10 minutes into the game when Konrad Hurrell kicked the ball out of his hands as he reached for the line.The bunker ruled Kahu was certain to score and Hurrell had acted illegally, a view backed up by Archer.The video referees also came under fire for a decision to overturn a Kahu knock on, ruling that Leivaha Pulu had got his hand to the ball first, with the Broncos racing up the other end and Kahu grabbing his second the next set.And while the bunker has been the subject of widespread criticism this year, Archer boasted his men were operating at a near 100 per cent success rate.Well the bunker is sitting at a 99 per cent success rate this year, Archer said after making the unusual decision to address the media after the game.What you determine on that is up to you.But what we do know is weve been more accurate this year, weve been quicker with it and theres been more transparency around it.You hear and understand how we came up with that penalty try decision tonight and thats one of the real benefits of it - last year wed all sit in mystery.Chief among Henrys gripes were a decision to penalise David Mead for taking out Corey Oates legs as they jostled for a bomb, with the Titans arguing he was contesting the possession.Also, he questioned why James Roberts was not penalised for allegedly kicking Ryan Simpkins in the play-the-ball.Both incidents happened in the lead up to Broncos tries and while Henry stopped short of saying they cost his side the game, he said his team was left deflated after being on the wrong end of a couple of calls.He said Archer owed him an explanation and urged the press to be critical of the officiating on the night.I understand Tony Archer took some time out at halftime to explain to Darren Lockyer a penalty try situation but I hope he takes some time out to explain to me a couple of decisions out there, Henry said.You talk about referees being protected species but Ive got a huge question on David Mead going for the ball (and penalised), which was ultimately a momentum changer and they went up the other end and scored a try.And Ive got another one where a player kicks a defender in the back, he has two goes at him and they dont do anything about it. Detroit Red Wings Store . Vaives lawyer Trevor Whiffen claims the former 50-goal man wasnt provided with a copy of the claim beforehand and that he would not have agreed to the allegations made against the NHL had he been asked to review its contents. Custom Detroit Red Wings Jerseys .C. -- Chris Thorburn thinks one of the reasons the Winnipeg Jets have been successful under new coach Paul Maurice is that theyre playing together as a team. https://www.cheapredwings.com/ . Wall made the comment in a speech to a Regina business crowd that included Lesnar. The U.S. wrestler and retired mixed martial artist says he was visiting his brothers farm in Saskatchewan and decided he wanted to hear what the premier had to say. Wholesale Red Wings Jerseys .com) - The Chicago Blackhawks aim for their third three-game winning streak of the season when they host the struggling Edmonton Oilers in Sundays battle at the United Center. Detroit Red Wings Pro Shop . Q: Team Canada announces their Olympic roster three weeks from today. Who is general manager Steve Yzerman watching? LeBrun: Over the last 48 hours, hes taken in the home-and-home between the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche with Jamie Benn and Matt Duchene being the obvious targets. AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- The Detroit Pistons officially announced their one-year deal with guard Ray McCallum on Tuesday.McCallum averaged 3.3 points per game last season in 41 appearances for San Antonio and Memphis. He played the previous two seasons for Sacramento.McCallum played college basketball at Detroit, averaging 18.7 points during his final season there in 2012-13 and wiinning Horizon League player of the year honors.dddddddddddd He was then drafted in the second round by the Kings.The 6-foot-3 McCallum adds depth to Detroits backcourt. The Pistons signed Ish Smith this offseason to back up point guard Reggie Jackson. ' ' '
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