NRL referee's boss Tony Archer takes a look at some of the contentious calls from Round 18 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
Luke Lewis scored a try in his 250th NRL game as the Sharks dominated the Dragons at Remondis Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
A contender for try of the year has helped the Warriors defeat the Storm in an entertaining contest in New Zealand.
Brisbane have stretched their lead at the top of the NRL ladder with a hard fought-win over fellow premiership heavyweights Canterbury at ANZ Stadium.
Sparked by a dominant right-edge trio, the Sydney Roosters have claimed their fourth straight win with a commanding victory over the Panthers in Penrith.
After racing out to an early 24-0 lead in almost as many minutes, the Raiders have held on to defeat a resilient Knights side at GIO Stadium on Friday night.
The bye came at a good time for the Storm, who were reeling after three straight losses, while the Warriors will be keen to continue their recent good form.
The Cronulla Sharks will be looking for retribution on Sunday afternoon against a St George Illawarra Dragons outfit that demolished them 42-6 back in Round 12.
The Roosters have been barely scraping past their opponents, and face a stern challenge as they head to the foot of the mountains to face the in-form Panthers.
This is a serious heavyweight clash to round out your Super Saturday as two of the genuine grand final contenders face off at ANZ Stadium.