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Club issues banning orders after pyrotechnic use

16 August 2016

Wycombe Wanderers have issued banning orders to four Grimsby Town fans who were ejected from Adams Park during Saturday’s match.

The club’s stewards identified four individuals who were responsible for either bringing a pyrotechnic device into the stadium, discharging it or throwing it on to the pitch early in the match.

In line with the club’s zero tolerance policy on the use of pyrotechnics within Adams Park, the four men will now face a lifetime ban from the stadium.

Grimsby Town have commented: "As per the Information Sharing Agreement, the supporters' details have been shared with Grimsby Town Football Club, who will be additionally banning these supporters from all games involving Grimsby Town Football Club across all age groups. These devices carry substantial risk to those using them, supporters and the stadium infrastructure in terms of fire risk. Grimsby Town Football Club has zero tolerance with regards to pyrotechnics and will take every measure possible in the pursuit of a criminal conviction."

Meanwhile, Wanderers have also issued a banning order to a Wycombe supporter for repeatedly breaching the club’s regulations in relation to acceptable behaviour.

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