Warriors response to NRL beach notice

Vodafone Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah said the club is considering its options following a $15,000 breach notice issued by the NRL today relating to Russell Packer urinating on the field before kick-off in last night’s match against Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium.

Scurrah said he would meet with Packer once he was home before determining the club’s response.

Scurrah said the club and Packer deeply regretted the incident had occurred.

He added it wouldn’t be appropriate to comment further until the club had first responded to the NRL.

 

Vodafone Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah said the club is considering its options following a $15,000 breach notice issued by the NRL today relating to Russell Packer urinating on the field before kick-off in last night’s match against Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium.
Scurrah said he would meet with Packer once he was home before determining the club’s response.
Scurrah said the club and Packer deeply regretted the incident had occurred.
He added it wouldn’t be appropriate to comment further until the club had first responded to the NRL.
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