Criticism of referees seems to be at an all-time high – so much so that club owners are now taking press conferences to put their points across.
There aren’t many people who want to be a referee, but ultimately without them, we don’t have a game.
The problem is that criticism doesn’t solve the issue – so in this week’s Have Your Say, we’re asking what can be done to save rugby league from a refereeing crisis?
Should in-goal judges be scrapped, in favour of an extra official on the pitch, like the NRL?
Should the video referee be at all games or none (with the former perhaps replacing the need for in-goal officials)?
Are the laws of the game too open for interpretation, and are tweaks made far too often?
Should officials be put in groups, so the same referee always has the same touch judges to aid with familiarity and coming to a decision?
Let us know what you think in the comments below.