THE Fiji Secondary School Rugby League will take action against Lelean Memorial School for the indiscretion caused by its players and fans during their Eastern Confenre duel with Ratu Kadavulevu School Eels yesterday.
The under-19 clash of the Vodafone Cup competition was abandoned at the Veiuto grounds in Suva following an incident where some Lelean spectators ran on to the field and threatened RKS players with post pads.
Referee Kitione Tukana stopped the match with a minute from fulltime when the Eels were leading 11-10.
Match commissioner Uraia Toribau said Lelean players had already been warned last week for similar behaviour.
FSSRL secretary Biu Colati said they would not tolerate such acts. He said they had received the match commissioner's report which would be reviewed tomorrow.
"We will sit on Monday to discuss the issue, and if Lelean are found to be guilty, we will take action against them," Biu said.
"We have the match commissioner's report and it is quite clear that Lelean started the incident."
He said they would allow Lelean to give their side of the story.
"The committee will decide on what action to take after we give time to Lelean to explain what was the cause of the incident. They did the same last week," Biu said.
He warned officials and players that actions will be taken against those who take the law into their own hands.
"Everyone must know that rugby league is a professional sport and we will take action against whoever wants to take things into their own hands. We will not take these matters lightly because everyone has to honour the sport. We do not want to spoil the competition and our sponsors so everyone needs to be professional and abide by the regulation of the competition.
"Whoever wants to take things into their own hands will face the consequences," Biu warned.
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