The Command Centre will automatically review the following situations:
The Command Centre will review all other appropriate Standard Reviewable Rulings during an Automatic Review.
The Command Centre will never review Coach Challengeable Penalties during an Automatic Review.
NOTE: In addition to the above list, the Command Centre has the ability to quickly change a ruling when the officials are unsure or have it wrong when it is clear and obvious what the ruling should be in the moment. This only applies when a ruling can be corrected without the necessity to stop the game. This list of applicable rulings includes:
Following the 3 minute warning in the fourth quarter the Command Centre will review each play for Standard Reviewable Rulings. If the Command Centre wants to review a play, the Replay Official will notify the Referee to stop the game.
The Command Centre will never review Coach Challengeable Penalties during a Command Centre Initiated Review.
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