Three Super League clubs charged for fan misbehaviour

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Castleford Tigers Super League Credit: PA Images
Castleford Tigers Super League Credit: PA Images

Three Super League clubs have been fined for breaches of the Operational Rules relating to fan misbehaviour in the 2022 season.

Castleford Tigers have been fined £5,000, with £3,000 suspended until the end of the 2024 season. This follows incidents in three away fixtures – Hull KR, Huddersfield and a Challenge Cup tie at Leeds.

The Rugby Football League add in a statement: “The club’s efforts in tackling the misbehaviour of a small number of supporters – which included a violent incident at Hull KR and letting off flares at Leeds and Huddersfield – have been recognised. Castleford have agreed to spend an additional £2,000 with a specific purpose of improving supporter behaviour.”

Two more Super League clubs charged

Hull KR have been fined £2,000 – the activation of a suspended £2,000 fine imposed for an Operational Rules breach in the 2021 season relating to supporter misbehaviour. They have a further £2,000 fine suspended until the end of the 2023 season. The incident relates to their home game against Castleford.

Warrington have agreed to pay costs of £3,000 for the damage done to visiting supporters’ coaches. It was during their home fixture against Castleford in February. An additional fine of £2,000 has been imposed for failing to adopt appropriate measures in controlling the behaviour of spectators. The fine is suspended until the end of the 2023 season.

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