Wakefield to act on crowd violence
Tuesday 09 July 2013
Wakefield have promised to act over the crowd disturbance that occurred during their Super League match against Widnes.
Stewards were forced to separate rival fans after fighting broke out towards the end of the Wildcats' 24-14 win over the Vikings at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium on Monday night.
Wakefield pledged to adopt a zero-tolerance approach to bad behaviour and have called on fans to pass on information to the club.
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