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Six players from a team from New Zealand have been fined $50,000 and banned from rugby league for their actions in a game against a club in Queensland’s North Coast region.
The Cowboys, who had been battling for the NRL title, were playing at North Coast Sports Centre in Brisbane when a brawl broke out between two groups of players and one of the players allegedly pulled out a knife.
In a video of the incident, which was released to FourFour Two, a woman can be heard yelling for the Cowboys to leave.
“They need to leave the field,” she said.
“Don’t go out there on your own.
As a result of the brawl, two players were taken to hospital with minor injuries and one player was given a red card for a late tackle.
The game was restarted by the Cowboys after the incident was called off.
The incident took place after the Cowboys had already secured their spot in the final eight of the NRL finals series, when they beat the Warriors, 27-20, in Townsville.
The three Cowboys who were fined $500,000 each are: James Tamou, Ryan James and Luke Brown.
“The game needs to be played the same way and I’m glad the Cowboys came back from that with dignity,” Cowboys coach Shane Flanagan said.