GROUP 10 president Linore Zamparini hopes the only thing to come out of this weekend’s semi-finals is some great footy.
He and the Group 10’s executive were frustrated by bad behaviour last weekend.
The Group 10 executive was forced to have a special management meeting on Wednesday following last weekend’s incidents.
Zamparini said no official action was being taken as a result of the meeting - yet.
However, the executive was calling for more evidence for an off-field incident during the premier league match between Bathurst St Pat’s and Oberon, where comments from spectators prompted a player to try and climb the fence and go into the crowd.
Zamparini said it was disappointing to have these incidents happen.
“Right when you should be really happy and enjoying the finals,” Zamparini said.
The president said there are ground managers at games, but they can’t be everywhere at once. He added the ground managers were doing a good job and spectators who behaved badly could be cited and barred from attending games.
Still, the president was looking forward to this weekend’s semi-finals.
Zamparini is expecting big things from the all-Orange major semi-final between Hawks and CYMS.
“It’s going to be a great day at Orange on Sunday,” he said. “I think Sunday’s game will bring out the spectators. It will bring people out who probably haven’t been to the footy this year.
“It will go to another level.”
CYMS will also line up in the women’s League Tag game against Bathurst Panthers on Sunday.
Hawks and CYMS will clash in the under 18s minor semi-final in Lithgow on Saturday.