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Anderson was fuming after his star halfback Brett Kimmorley suffered a broken jaw in the first half of the Sharks' 28-26 win over the Wests Tigers.
The national coach let fly at the post-match press conference, claiming the NRL's referees weren't doing enough to protect the game's star players. He also blasted Lawrence's interpretation of the 10 metres - labelling it "disgraceful" - and said it made it impossible to play entertaining football.