Two Wakefield fans issued with lifetime bans

Wakefield have issued lifetime bans to two supporters for anti-social behaviour.

The club published two photos earlier in the week and the culprits have been identified. The bans have been issued to the two men over the use of smoke bombs and general anti-social behaviour at Trinity matches.

The third person in the photos, Tom Roche, has helped the club with inquiries and the club insist his reputation has not been tarnished.

Wakefield have released a statement, it read: “The third person in the photos, Mr Tom Roche, has visited the club and has helped with the ongoing enquiries.

“Mr Roche has been extremely helpful and his reputation is not in any way tarnished by the events of last week.

“Wakefield Trinity would like to reiterate that the club have a zero tolerance policy when it comes to smoke bombs and anti-social behaviour and anyone caught will be handed a life ban from attending any games.

“These people are not welcome at our club in any way, shape or form.”

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