https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/ro...X6GMfF0Qlkh-lOiH9HjIJ4hMHAPCV93rUIokqcFcXfs-o Referees boss Bernard Sutton admitted that Canberra's lone try shouldn't have been, that Sia Soliola did commit an offence by taking out Luke Keary's legs and that the Cronk sin bin was excessive. "Sutton conceded the decision to give Canberra six more tackles after a mid-air contest between James Tedesco and Elliot Whitehead was wrong. That decision was made at the start of the set from which Canberra’s Jack Wighton scored his side’s only try – a massive play." "The other concession that Sutton made was also at a controversial time of the game. He said the Roosters should have received a penalty when Luke Keary was taken out by Sia Soliola when he was attempting a charge down – the charge down which resulted in the ball hitting trainer Travis Touma on the head." " There were three key admissions from the NRL that show the Roosters also got the rough end of the stick during the NRL’s biggest game of the year. Sutton admitted to Robinson that Cooper Cronk being sent to the sin bin was harsh"