The NRL has conceded bunker officials Steve Clark and Ben Galea were incorrect to award Jack Williams a crucial try in Saturday night's clash between the Dragons and the Sharks.
The try came in the ninth minute, however with the match ultimately ending 28-24, it played a key role in the final outcome.
The pair were due to sit in the bunker when the Titans take on the Panthers on Sunday, however the NRL has acted by replacing the pair with Jared Maxwell and Bryan Norrie.
The incident came as Matt Dufty scrambled to dive on a deflected kick that took a favourable Cronulla bounce.
The Dragons fullback appeared to get to the ball first, however the bunker was quick to adjudicate in awarding the Sharks the try.
Further replays seemed to confirm it was Dufty who grounded the ball.
In a statement Graham Annesley confirmed the try should not have been awarded.
"The bunker decision to award a try to Jack Williams in tonight's Sharks-Dragons game was incorrect," Annesley said.
"Steve Clark and Ben Galea were due to officiate again tomorrow in the Titans-Panthers game as bunker officials. They have now been relegated, and will be replaced by Jared Maxwell and Brian Norrie."
St George Illawarra coach Paul McGregor was not happy with the decision, calling for the officials to be held accountable for their decisions.
"It was pretty clear right? So how do they keep getting them wrong and who's accountable for it?" McGregor said.
"It's a stuff up and in the end that's the difference.
"You guys (the media) should make enough song and dance to do something about it, because it's not good enough."
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