It's NRL finals season, and as we move closer towards the 2017 finalists, rugby league fans are being treated to some fantastic rugby league action. One point I must make, as we move into the finals, is the poor decision making many of us fans have witnessed from on field officials of recent. Anyone who watched the bunnies v eels game tonight would have been witness to these referee blunders. Forward passes missed, knock on's called when they were not, off side calls that were not consistent, you name it. It is frustrating to see, no matter what side you follow, as these decisions mean the difference between the final series and mad Monday for NRL sides and their fans. The NRL really needs to work in the off season to ensure 2018 is a year of consistent decision making, based on an agreed understanding of the rules with nil bias or preconceived opinions on the two sides they are about to referee. NRL referees must be held accountable for their poor decision making, and educated on the errors they have made, after reviewing the match tape. If the NRL wants fans to remain engaged and positive about the game and it's outcome, this is a must for the game moving forward. Tonight's match was just another example of why this needs happen, Parra and Souths put on a great contest this evening, however the two referees not so.