referring to Cape Town – SANZAAR on Thursday confirmed a new and updated judicial process to be implemented for the 2017 Super Rugby season.
This is a significant change and will ensure all sanctions issued during Super Rugby are treated consistently across all teams.
Commenting on the new judicial process SANZAAR CEO, Andy Marinos, said: “The new process is the result of the identification of certain challenges within the application of an effective and consistent judicial process.
– The introduction of a three-person foul play review committee- The inclusion of the regular season bye rounds in any sanction.
a three week suspension will see a player miss three Super Rugby matches.
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Referees given more responsibility as Super Rugby changes video review system
as declared in Referees given more responsibility as Super Rugby changes video review systemCAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES Super Rugby referees will now have to state their “on-field decision” before sending a call up to the TMO.
Super Rugby has changed its rules surrounding in-game video reviews, now favouring a system that more closely resembles the one used by the NRL.
The TMO changes come after SANZAAR unveiled alterations to Super Rugby’s judiciary, including the closure of a ‘phantom’ suspension loophole, on Thursday.
Previously, referees have been able to send contentious decisions upstairs without providing the television match official (TMO) with their take on the incident.
From this season onwards, any referee who wants a decision reviewed by the TMO will first have to state their “on-field decision”, based on their real-time view.
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