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Craig Bellamy hopes he can better understand the on-field decision making process following a meeting with NRL officials today.

Speaking to the media at his weekly press conference, the Storm coach explained the review process from video referees would be one point on the agenda.

"Just about a few of what I see as inconsistencies especially with video referees overturning referees decisions for tries on the field or not over turning them," Bellamy said.

"That will be the main point I'd like to make and hopefully I'll get a couple of answers.

"I just hope I can understand it a bit better.

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"I just need to understand how they could overturn the referee's decision on the first try on Saturday night. 

"What I've seen in previous weeks in our games and other games, to me that wasn't consistent."

This weekend, Bellamy faces a dilemma in the halves with number six Ben Hampton sidelined for two matches by the NRL match review committee. The coach, who will be at the helm for his 300th match this weekend revealed Storm will explore their halves options for Friday night.

"Kurt (Mann) has played a fair bit of five-eighth," Bellamy said.

"The other guy we're looking at is Joel Romelo, he's played plenty in the halves as well and the last couple of weeks he's played with our feeder team in the halves."

Bellamy also expressed his delight for first gamer Mann who scored the match winning try in Saturday night's thrilling come from behind victory over rivals Manly.

"I was really happy for him, he has been a bit unlucky in the last 18 months," Bellamy said.

"He's such a great kid, he tries really hard, he's no trouble around the club, he trains really well, all the players really like him. 

"He certainly didn't let anyone down, he's only a smaller guy but he defended really well and to come up with that try at the end was quite remarkable. 

"Good things happen to guys that work really hard."

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