The action taken by the sailing club – which, like the sharks, is considered a & # 39; institution in the Shire – has led to speculate that the episode may have been more serious than a fight involving lower level children. The Herald was told that there were also first-rate players in the night sailing club who did not intervene.
The chief executive of the sharks Barry Russell said the club was treating him "very seriously".
"I can confirm that there was an incident, which was examined by the club, the club informed the integrity unit [NRL] and is collaborating with the police in their investigations," he said . "We will take appropriate measures once the investigations are completed."
The Cronulla Sailing Club licensee Ken McKay, a former NSW police assistant commissioner, was also stuck to what happened in his home before Christmas.
There will be no comments from Cronulla Sailing Club as there is an ongoing and ongoing investigation conducted by the Cronulla Licensing Police and an investigation conducted by the CEO of the Sharks, "said McKay in a message of text.
The ban on the entire gaming group by a licensed venue is the last episode of a tumultuous off-season for Cronulla. incident at the sailing club occurred two days after the cancellation of the registration of the coach Shane Flanagan and the sharks were fined $ 800,000 by the NRL after the governmental organ violated the terms of its 1
John Morris, who was a deputy coach of Flanagan, was appointed as temporary coach while Flanagan prepares an answer to the charges against him Flanagan has time until end of January to present his can candidature.
The club is also awaiting the outcome of an investigation into the salary scales of NRLs in sharks after Russell reported to potential corporate violations of the rules governing third-party transactions with the company last year. .