"It wasn't a grapple tackle,'' said Geyer. "I'm probably an expert on the judiciary because I spent 34 weeks on the sidelines because of them. I copped that because I sailed close to the wind on many occasions. But for a player like him (Smith), who's a real ornament to the game, who never plays outside the rules, to miss a preliminary final and maybe a grand final, it's just not rugby league. "Let's get rid of the carryover points, the discounts, the loadings, it's all crap. If someone keeps offending and coming up before the judiciary, keep increasing his time on the sidelines until he gets the message. "It deterred me. It didn't stop me doing it, although in retrospect it was the wrong way to play. But for a cleanskin like Smith, to have something he did in round one come back to bite him like it could, the system is all wrong.''