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Club Statement: Junior League

The Parramatta Eels and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, together with their respective Junior League Associations, have issued a 'stand-down' notice, effective immediately, to the two Open Men’s teams involved in the Chester Hill car park incident on Sunday afternoon.

Both Clubs have a strict no violence policy and will not tolerate behaviour such as this within our Junior League competitions.

The Clubs each take matters of this nature very seriously and are fully cooperative with the on-going investigation that is underway by NSWRL and the NSW Police.

The Eels and Bulldogs will stand together this weekend in the Round 15 NRL Premiership match in support of the i4Give Cup, and we ask that all Junior League registered participants continue to act with respect and in the appropriate manner of sportsmanship towards their counterparts in competition.

There is no place for violence in our game.

Neither Club will be making any further comment on the matter at this time.

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