The Dragons gamers in a heated change after an evening out on the weekend had been winger Mikaele Ravalawa and new recruit Zane Musgrove, The Sydney Morning Herald has revealed.
Gamers loved a pre-scheduled night time out in Mudgee after their 42-24 Charity Protect loss to the Rabbitohs on Saturday, earlier than a scuffle broke out on the crew resort at 6am on Sunday.
The Dragons insist there have been no punches thrown between the gamers, however the behaviour, in keeping with the Dragons, didn’t meet the membership’s requirements.
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The membership allowed the gamers to exit and drink due to the lengthy turnaround between their closing pre-season sport and spherical two, with the Dragons set for an opening-round bye.
“The Dragons are conscious of a verbal argument that occurred between two gamers on the crew resort on Sunday morning,” a membership assertion learn.
“The membership regards this behaviour as unacceptable and can now decide whether or not any disciplinary motion is warranted.
“The membership will make no additional remark at the moment.”
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