The Craig Kopczak disallowed try during last week’s defeat to Hull FC was and should have been given, the replays have confirmed this. Instead of going down 28-22, we should of had a chance to level the match.
I must say that I find this persons comments a joy to read
haitch, Lincolnshire says...
11:39pm Wed 7 Jul 10
Got to agree with the above comments. Cummins will always be tainted with the Graeme Bradley issue and as a result has issues with the Bulls. He should never have got the RFL chief of refs job in the first place as what he did in retaliation for some comments Bradley made in a newspaper column was a disgrace which should never have been overlooked. For those who don't know. Bradley had made comments about Cummings which the ref took exception to. Instead of dealing with the comments in the correct way he waited until the play off semi final against Saints as he had been awarded the match to officiate. Bradleys first boisterous tackle was adjudged a red card offence and he sent him off. TV replays showed no such offence had been committed although it could be argued a bit of a 'facial' of the type almost never punished at all, let alone a red card, had taken place. It was revenge of the highest order and the RFL turned a blind eye.
So, that is why every time the Bulls are punished severely by the beaks at Red Hall a cloud will hang over the judgement. The guy has to go before any talk of fairness can begin to take place.
By the way, I hope no one even begins to suggest refereeing decisions have anything to do with the Bulls plight over the last 3 seasons as that is a completely different story!!
Edited by Tommy The C5t, 08 July 2010 - 12:13 PM.