Cootamundra RSL plays host to wild all-in quarrel between at least 20 football players

Flying fists and broken noses after an all-in-brawl end up on the dance floor after a touch football competition

  • Images of a wild all-in brawl in a regional Ex-Serviceman & # 39; s Club has emerged
  • At least 20 people, who are thought to be football players, took part in the ugly violence
  • The fight spread late on Saturday night in the streets of Cootamundra

Alex Chapman for daily post Australia

A wild all-in brawl on the dance floor of a regional RSL has left dozens of injured and a community rattled.

The gruesome fight saw more than 20 people jumping in punches at the Cootamundra Ex Serviceman's Club in central New South Wales on Saturday night.

A quarrel between two men, which was thought to be drunk after playing & # 39; touch football & # 39; during the day, escalated into punches that were thrown and others who piled up.

A wild all-in brawl on a regional RSL has injured at least 20 football players with touch problems

A wild all-in brawl on a regional RSL has injured at least 20 football players with touch problems

The ugly violence erupted at about 11 o'clock in the afternoon, with witnesses saying that many people are running into the streets to keep fighting after being expelled from the hall.

Images of the battle, captured by Seven News, shows a few men in the middle of a circle exchanging shoves before dozens of others piling up.

The person who films the massacre can be heard by encouraging the fighting before he says: "Woah, woah, he is close to girls."

Staff at the pub can also be seen to dismantle groups of quarrels before being dragged into the fight by the cuff of his shirt.

The battle ran over the streets for the Cootamundra Ex-Service Man Club (photo)

The battle ran over the streets for the Cootamundra Ex-Service Man Club (photo)

The battle ran over the streets for the Cootamundra Ex-Service Man Club (photo)

The fight eventually fell onto the street before it disappeared.

A spokesperson for the NSW police confirmed Daily Mail Australia that officers were called up for the fight just after 11 pm, but that it had calmed down at the end of time.

The spokesman said the police were aware of the images of the fight and were investigating.

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