Swift Justice By The RAFL
Augustine Dashiell July 15 2009
NEWARK – The Regional American Football League wasted little time in taking action against those responsible for the incident that ended a game with 12 minutes left in the contest this weekend.
New Jersey Spartan players Moneace Lavoil, Eric Fields, James Woodard and Markquise Washington saw their season vanish as the league announced their suspensions today.
“There is no place for this in minor league football, and especially in the RAFL,” said league commissioner Adam Turkel.
The players’ suspension from the league cover the next six games and is filed under “conduct detrimental to the league”.
The Spartans apologized to the RAFL, New Jersey Lions and the community for the actions of the players and added a suspension of their own by barring the players from team activities indefinitely.
Turkel added, “It’s unfortunate that things have to be this way, and I hope every player in the league pays attention and gets the message loud and clear.”
Article courtesy of plainfieldsportsnews.com