Hurricanes skipper Matthew Wade says he was "happy to go" after falling to a controversial catch in Thursday night's five-wicket loss to the Brisbane Heat.
The visitors' only top-six batsman to make more than six, Wade was initially ruled not out when Matt Renshaw juggled the ball over the boundary and tapped it back to Tom Banton while suspended midair outside the field of play.
But after several minutes of conferring the opener was given out for 61, leaving the Hurricanes with little hope of posting a competitive total.
Wade said he wasn't sure at the time whether he should have been given out.
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"I didn't really know - [Renshaw's] reaction was quite subdued so I don't think he really knew the rule either," Wade said.
"But once the umpire told me you're allowed to leave the field of play and touch the ball again as long as you're up I knew I was out so I started walking off.
"I've got no grudges, I was happy to go. No-one's really talked about it up until this point so it obviously hasn't been too much of an issue but will it be in the future? Maybe players could expose it a little bit but they'd have to do a hell of a job to do it."
The Hurricanes next meet Sydney Thunder on Saturday night, with a win crucial for both sides' top four hopes.
Wade indicated he would stick with sliding Ben McDermott down to six despite the Hurricanes' poor batting showing on Thursday.
"Ben's a really clean striker at the end of for us and we think if he's going to play T20 for Australia and maybe in the World Cup that's the kind of role he's going to be looking at - four or five and coming in at the end and using his power to finish off.
"He'll still have lots of balls to face out there but we'd like him in the last four or five overs to use his power a bit more."