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Jack Gibson

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The use of video evidence is not always conclusive, but it sure beats the memory bank of most witnesses.
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Gibson is a massive supporter of modern technology being used in top-grade Rugby League to clear up any decisions that the match referee may not be able to adjudicate on definitively.

 
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