The NRL is currently conducting an investigation into a fan who suffered a concussion in a Warriors NRL match at ANZ Stadium.
It is understood the incident occurred in a tunnel after the Eagles had lost to the Roosters in Round 7.
The incident, which was reported to be the worst in the history of the club, led to a public apology from the club’s chief executive officer, Wayne Bennett, and a $500,000 fine.
This incident has come as a huge blow to the Eagles and is an extremely concerning incident for the club and its fans.
We apologise to all our fans for this regrettable incident.
We will be doing everything in our power to ensure that it never happens again.
Read more: The incident occurred after the Rooster kicked a ball into the tunnel from the bench and then hit the ground as it was hitting the wall.
Bennett said the incident was the worst of his career and he was disappointed the game was interrupted.
“I think it was a very unfortunate situation for everyone involved,” Bennett said.
Fans will now be able to return to the stadium after the game has ended and will be able watch the final score.
An investigation into the incident will also be carried out by the NRL’s anti-corruption unit, with an investigation led by NSW Police.
A club spokesman said the investigation into what happened was ongoing.