A SUNDAY league football match is under investigation after crowd trouble erupted.
The Wrexham Sunday Premiership match at Cefn Mawr between Cefn C.S.C. and the Red Dragon from Caia Park had to be called off after one the Red Dragon’s players suffered a broken leg.
There was then some disorder in the crowd and police were called.
Inspector Andy Jones said: “We had reports of some potential disorder and officers attended.
“They spoke to some of the supporters but there was no reports of any other offences and there were no arrests.”
There has been some animosity between the two teams in the past.
Cefn C.S.C. club secretary Dean Morris said he could not comment on the events because it was under investigation but said: “It was just a bit of banter. The two teams don’t really get on.”
Referee Mark Stokes said he was preparing a report to send to the North East Wales Football Association and could not comment further on the match.
People at the game took to Twitter.
Paul Griffiths wrote: “Just your average Sunday morning game down the Cefn! #police #brawl #brokenLeg”
While @JackNudge1014h said: “It’s not a Sunday morning in the Cefn without the football and the carnage that happens QP and Cefn do not mix one bit #NUTS”.