The alleged assault on Saturday sparked a grievance to law enforcement the pursuing day.
Police are investigating soon after a rugby league coach allegedly assaulted a player in the course of an underneath-13s game in Auckland.
The incident happened on Saturday at the Bay Roskill athletics club fields in Blockhouse Bay, for the duration of a match among the Bay Roskill Less than 13s and the Papakura Under 13 Duckrockers.
Papakura Sea Eagles club chairman Alwyn Peters mentioned he was advised the mentor of the Bay Roskill facet experienced assaulted a single of the younger players.
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Peters mentioned the club was awaiting the referee’s report on the incident.
Bay Roskill Vikings secretary Tania Brown made available no remark on the allegations, stating an formal course of action desired to be worked by way of.
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An Auckland Rugby League spokesman said it was aware of an “alleged incident” and would carry out its very own process after experiences ended up received.
Law enforcement gained the assault report subsequent what a spokeswoman explained as problem at the Blockhouse Bay sports ground.
The incident reportedly happened about 11.15am, at the start off of the match according to the attract.
The complaint was submitted on Sunday, the spokeswoman mentioned.
“An investigation is in progress and enquiries are ongoing to create the conditions of the incident.’’