North East Wales

Police inquiry into Cefn Druids match brawl with Caernarfon

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North Wales Police are investigating after a brawl broke out at a football match.

The incident happened as Wrexham team Cefn Druids AFC were losing 7-0 at home to Caernarfon Town FC on Saturday.

Police said a number of people were involved in the incident. They want any supporters who filmed the incident on mobile phones to get in touch.

Both clubs, who play in the Huws Grays Alliance, said they would not comment while awaiting the referee's report.

The incident took place at the Cefn Druids home ground, The Rock.

Supt Gareth Evans said: "We share the disappointment of law abiding fans present at the match where violence broke out.

"An investigation is under way and I would like to thank the fans yesterday who assisted officers with establishing what had occurred.

"Anyone who directly witnessed or were the subject of any threats or violence should contact us on 101 if they have not already done so.

"Similarly, if you recorded what happened on a mobile phone please get in touch. It is clear there were a number of people involved.

"The investigation will look at all aspects of the incident and I ask for patience while officers work through this information, speak to witnesses and view CCTV and mobile phone footage."

The Football Association of Wales did not have any comment to make.

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