Lions probe 'racial rugby brawl'
The Golden Lions Rugby Union on Wednesday said it has received reports from the parties involved in the...
The Golden Lions Rugby Union on Wednesday said it has received reports from the parties involved in the alleged racial rugby brawl.
A fight broke out between the Soweto Rugby Club and the Edenvale Panthers in the dying minutes of Saturday's game.
The Soweto team claims members were beaten up by their opponents and were called the K-word.
But the Panthers said he fight broke out when one of their players was hit with a brick by the Soweto club's taxi driver.
Union officials said they will thoroughly investigate the matter.
The rugby union's Kevin de Klerk said the documents will be submitted to both the disciplinary committee and the anti-racism committee for further investigations before the final outcomes are released.