Police investigating Under 15's Grand Final
Wild scenes have broken out at a junior football match at the weekend, with police now investigating an affray.
Melbourne Radio's 3AW has been told umpires were attacked by angry spectators at the Hoppers Crossing football ground.
And more than 10 minutes of footage seen by 3AW shows parents scuffling and yelling abuse in the aftermath.
It’s believed tensions tipped over when two consecutive 50-metre penalties were paid to Point Cook late in the Bulldogs’ under-15s grand final against Albion.
Point Cook goaled and won the premiership.
It is alleged the umpires were set upon soon after.
Footage of the aftermath shows adult scuffling and abuse yelling
The person filming the footage, which was posted to Facebook, describes it as “genuine carnage” and “shocking”.
Police have confirmed they are investigating an affray that occurred at a Hoppers Crossing football match yesterday afternoon about 4.30pm.
No one was seriously injured and the investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information or footage of the incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au
No inference is made that anyone in the footage is part of the police investigation