Brawling players facing punishment from BFA

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Players involved in a mêlée that forced the abandonment of a First Division match between Wolves and Devonshire Colts at Devonshire Recreation Club are facing disciplinary action.

Referee Cassandra Trott halted proceedings in the 75th minute after a fight broke out between players from both teams last weekend.

Visiting side Colts were leading 3-0 at the time after a brace from Teneko Eve and Cameron Coffey goal. The incident is being investigated by the Bermuda Football Association.

“The BFA is reviewing the reports from the referees and match commissioner and other relevant persons before taking any additional actions against any offending players,” the BFA told The Royal Gazette in a statement. It remains unclear whether the game will be replayed.

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Published Jan 25, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Jan 25, 2018 at 10:56 am)

Brawling players facing punishment from BFA

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