'System not broken': NRL talks down obstruction fears

By Jasper Bruce
Updated April 2 2024 - 4:55pm, first published 4:50pm
Joey Manu's acrobatic effort for the Roosters was wrongly chalked off over an earlier obstruction. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)
Joey Manu's acrobatic effort for the Roosters was wrongly chalked off over an earlier obstruction. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)

NRL football boss Graham Annesley has hit back at frustrations over the obstruction rule, saying the current interpretation was designed to prevent milking for penalties.

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