Sixteen ejections from Manuka Oval

johnboy 7 February 2013 1

ACT Policing has praised the good behaviour of people who attended the one day international between Australia and the West Indies at Manuka Oval last night (Wednesday, February 6).

Operation Commander for the event, Station Sergeant Matthew Corbitt said the crowd was generally well behaved with sixteen people being ejected for being intoxicated or behaving in an unruly manner.

“It was a great turn out and the good behaviour of the crowd allowed people to have a safe and enjoyable time,” Sergeant Corbitt said.

There was one arrest for intoxication and disorderly conduct made during the match.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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dtc dtc 10:49 am 08 Feb 13

The ABC commentators were mentioning how well behaved and focused the crowed was even late in the second innings. I’m not sure whether it was a sledge about Canberrans being boring or congratulating.

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