THE Bulls are waiting to decide if they will take any action on claims of crowd disturbances at Sunday’s game against Featherstone.

Fans on social media said that bottles had been thrown by away fans at the Tetley’s Stadium.

The club are still gathering information and reports from the security firm on duty on match day to see whether they take the matter any further.

The crowd of 3,640 was 900 more than in the opening game at the Bulls’ temporary new home against London a fortnight earlier.

Coach John Kear said: “They staged the game really well. It was a great atmosphere once again.

“Featherstone always bring a fair few and are traditionally a well-supported club.

“London might bring a couple of taxis but they bring a few buses. That certainly made a difference.

“Dewsbury’s pitch is good for drainage and credit to the ground staff for getting the game on.

“It was heavy but you expected that when we’ve had two storms in the last two weeks.

“I thought it played pretty well and that’s why you saw such a good game of rugby.”

The pitch marking had to be redone before the game as part of the RFL’s more stringent safety guidelines for this season of having a minimum three-metre gap between the dead-ball line and the nearest fencing.

It meant that one of the advertising boards had to be sawed back two hours before kick-off.

Kear said: “They are the new laws but they need to think about them. If they are measuring three metres at Old Trafford, we might be knocking a stand or two down.

“It’s got to apply right across the board, at every ground no matter where it’s played.”