WORCESTER Raiders have responded to reports of public disorder at Sixways following two recent play-off matches.

Club officials warned anyone involved in disorder could face being banned after police were called to two incidents after matches.

A brawl broke out among fans after games against Hereford Pegasus and Pershore Town.

A statement from a club official said: "We can confirm that West Mercia Police were called to Sixways on Friday April 29 following reports of crowd unrest after the Hellenic League play-off final between Worcester Raiders and Hereford Pegasus.

"The reported incidents happened outside the stadium after the match and there were no reported arrests.

"Worcester Raiders and Worcester Warriors adopt a zero-tolerance approach to spectators who breach the stadium regulations at Sixways.

"Any spectator found to have been involved in violent or anti-social conduct can expect to be banned from the stadium for a significant period of time."

Police said they attended Raiders' ground, Sixways Stadium, to reports of public disorder but there were no arrests on either occasion.

West Mercia Police confirmed the first time they responded was at 5.10pm on Saturday, April 23.

Raiders had faced a Hellenic League Division One play-off semi-final against Pershore Town.

Officers were also called to reports of disorder at about 10pm on Friday, April 29.

Raiders brought in extra security for their play-off Final in an attempt to control any possible further trouble.

They were beaten 3-0 by Hereford Pegasus in the Hellenic League Division One play-off Final.

A West Mercia Police spokesperson said: "On both occasions, officers attended, no injuries were reported and no complaints were received ."