Hull KR issue banning orders to two fans

Hull KR have issued temporary banning orders to two people who were arrested during the game against Warrington at the Halliwell Jones Stadium earlier this month.

Missiles were thrown on to the pitch during the match, which Warrington won 34-6, and the two people in question are due in court on September 2.

A club statement said: “As a result of incidents at the recent Warrington Wolves v Hull KR game at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, the club have issued temporary banning orders to two individuals.

“The two people in question were allegedly involved in the incidents that took place on that day and are banned from entering MS3 Craven Park up until their court appearances which are scheduled for September.

“On the completion of those hearings the club, in partnership with Humberside Police, will make a decision regarding the best course of action going forward in respect of the two individuals.

“The club were extremely saddened by the incidents at the Warrington game and cannot condone that kind of behaviour. There will be no further comment made on this matter until after the court appearances of the two people in question.”

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