Police appeal for witnesses after rival fans clash at Tigers match

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Police are appealing for witnesses after crowd trouble marred Worksop Town’s home match against Tadcaster Albion.

Officers attended the scene at 9.50pm following Tadcaster’s 2-1 victory in front of a crowd of 879.

However supporters came face-to-face outside, as Tadcaster fans waited for their transport.

The away supporters were eventually given a police escort and no arrests were made.

Tigers boss Mark Shaw slammed the scenes, saying it was “really poor” and “sad”.

A Nottinghamshire Police spokesman said: “On arrival no disorder was witnessed by officers and no injured parties presented themselves to officers to make a complaint. No arrests were made.”