Sometimes they change emphasis as well. The rule may well be there and the same, but the umpires are worded up to look for one thing specifically, and it dominates the coming weeks.
Can't see anything wrong with that. The players are allowed to speak, as long as they don't abuse the umpires, so they can question decisions or protest. It's a sight better than in most football leagues, where half a dozen players surround the ref and yell every time a red card comes out or a penalty is awarded.
Much prefer that sort of game to the opposite, Nathan. I imagine you'd agree.