Cameron Bancroft has met with the Melbourne players to be involved in a controversial breakdown when Perth Scorchers won the Rionnagan.
Bancroft showed the beds to investigate a captive shot to remove Ben Dunk, despite the catcher and the archer did not accept it outside .
"He showed me that the archer and the ranger said he was nothave, and everyone went back to their work," Glenn Maxwell explained. game to ask.
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"Then Bancroft asked if he could look at it. And in some way the referee has come out with that out."
183 continuation for its & # 39; The Stars 0-9 defeated secondly when Dunk's shot was thrown out and found Nick Hobson at his square throat.
But Hobson made current movements that the ball had not been transported to him, a disagreement that everyone, but Bancroft, liked.
The skipper Sgorchers appealed and Scorchers captain Mitchell Marsh urged the committee to look at his decision on the stairs.
Then Dunk was donated despite the fact that the capture was definitely sure.
"It's an incredible decision at the end, but that history," said Maxwell.
"From our sight it was very unhappy that the Ranger says he does not catch it, the archer agrees and goes back to his mark, and partly it is given on the field. "
Hobson did not make sure she was in Rionnagan to believe that the soft signal should go up the stairs without being out and there was not enough evidence in a place to get Dun out.
"Judgment with the evidence given to them I would expect the authorities to say that there was a soft and unexpected signal and if there was evidence that I'm right to be erased, "said Maxwell.
"The cameras looked badly, and as soon as you did not have the right evidence to turn it, unfortunately, it will be saved by calling the and we have to stay there. "
Finally, the Rionnagan went down with 27 races to eliminate the impact of their place in BBL competitions.