McGregor risks NRL sanction over bunker blast

Mitch Jennings
Updated July 31 2017 - 4:32pm, first published July 30 2017 - 12:47pm
DEAF EARS: Dragons centre Josh Dugan protests one of several calls that went against his side in a 21-14 defeat to Newcastle on Saturday. It's put the club's finals hopes on shaky ground. Picture: AAP
DEAF EARS: Dragons centre Josh Dugan protests one of several calls that went against his side in a 21-14 defeat to Newcastle on Saturday. It's put the club's finals hopes on shaky ground. Picture: AAP

NRL referees boss Tony Archer has backed the two controversial bunker calls that were labeled “incompetent and embarrassing” by St George Illawarra coach Paul McGregor in the wake of his sie’s 21-14 loss to Newcastle on Saturday.

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Mitch Jennings

Mitch Jennings

Sports Journalist

Sports writer. Sport is my passion, rugby league my first love.

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