For me there were 3 contentious calls in the game. Some people have said about forward passes in the Leeming try, but to me they were the sort of passes you see 20+ times a game. They were borderline but you see passes like that allowed all the time.
So that leaves the ball steal, the Wardle try and the Penrith disallowed try. The ball steal was obviously the wrong decision, and to me, the disallowed try was obviously the right decision. It didn't look like a try in real time, and not of the replays suggested the ball had got to the ground. I'm surprised how many people think it should have been given.
The Wardle try is the big one. I don't think it was a try. However, I also don't think it's such a horrible call as some are making out. I do think the ball got to the line. They showed an angle afterwards (that I don't think the video ref saw) from the opposite corner flag which looked to show the ball on the line. The ref also got in for a close look and gave it on the field, which suggests he saw the ball on the line. I would have disallowed it for a double movement, because there's no doubt he was short initially and then there was a lot of wrestling and then it got to the line. But even that isn't an easy call to make, because there's nothing to say that Wardle promoted the ball. The Penrith players were pulling on the ball and wrestling and Wardle is doing the same. So is that double movement?
If you showed me the video for the first time and said is that a try I would say no. But I don't think it's the shocker of a decision that many are making it out to be.