http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_league/7596426.stm RFL trials replays at non-TV game The use of a video referee will be trialled at a non-televised match this weekend for the first time. At present, only matches screened live have replays but cameras will cover the Hull KR v Hull derby on Sunday. There have been regular calls for a video referee to be available at all games in the interests of fairness. "We will review the success before deciding whether it is practical to introduce it full-time," said the Rugby Football League's Stuart Cummings. "For supporters in the crowd it will be like a TV game but without the big screen broadcasting the decision and is similar to what we already do in France for televised Catalans Dragons games." The only two non-televised Super League matches to have had video referees were at this year's Millennium Magic weekend event in Cardiff. A normal live television match is covered by 12 cameras but Sunday's trial will feature three - one on the gantry at halfway and one behind each goal. St Helens coach Daniel Anderson called for the widespread use of replays after his side lost to Huddersfield back in March, while Hull KR coach Justin Morgan joined the debate after the 24-18 Challenge Cup quarter-final defeat by eventual winners St Helens in June. Rovers had two tries disallowed in the first half that might have been given if the match had been televised, as two of the four ties that weekend were. "I will live with the decisions but it was a good advert for video referees at all games," said Morgan after the game. Well, it's about time I have to say. There are some scanadlous decisions given at none televised games (almost always involving Ian Smith) and this will hopefully put a stop to some of the moaning that you get. I think it's a great idea personally, I'm all for it.