March 17, 2008 VIDEO referee Phil Cooley will face his peers to find out if they agree with Manly coach Des Hasler that he "got it wrong" by denying winger Michael Bani a try against Cronulla. Hasler was angry that Cooley decided Sharks replacement Greg Bird was taken high by Sea Eagles second-rower Glenn Stewart in the lead-up to Bani's would-be score in the 68th minute of the Sea Eagles' 16-10 loss at Brookvale Oval. "The fact is that Greg Bird copped a high shot and all the coaches were party to the decision during the pre-season that if there is contact high, it's a penalty," referees coach Robert Finch said. "The players can be going for the ball, the arm might slip up off the shoulder, the tackled player might be falling - but if there is high contact then it is a penalty. "I will have a good look at that incident tomorrow and you can ask me then if it was the right decision." CRONULLA 16 (B Goodwin, B Kearney tries; L Covell 4 goals) MANLY 10 (A Watmough, M Bani tries; M Orford goal) at Brookvale Oval. Referee: J Maxwell. Crowd: 15,424.