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Norman, Segeyaro claim racial abuse led to altercation

Dragons five-eighth Corey Norman and James Segeyaro have taken to social media to defend their actions after footage was broadcast of their involvement in an altercation on Friday night in Cronulla.

 
 
 
 
 
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The Dragons issued a statement on Monday afternoon to say the club was "aware that Corey Norman was involved in an altercation on Friday night in Cronulla".

James Segeyaro representing Papua New Guinea in 2019.
James Segeyaro representing Papua New Guinea in 2019. ©Gregg Porteous/NRL Photos

"The Dragons are working with Corey and the NRL Integrity Unit to establish the facts around the matter. The club will make no further comment."

An NRL spokesman confirmed the NRL Integrity Unit was aware of the video and was investigating the matter.