Kane Evans, a Warriors player, got angry in the afternoon when he faced the Sharks after he was reported three times and sent to the bin for sin twice in incidents caused on Sharks actor Will Chambers.
The Warriors prop was sent to the ballot box by throwing two punches to the left of the Sharks center that turned the game over.
Points were tied 6-6 when the Chambers forced a profit on Evans before the Warriors’ superstar got up and threw a number of punches, allowing the Sharks to score two tries while off the field of sin.
Following on 10 points at half-time after Evans was jailed for a foul on Sharks’ Will Chambers, the Warriors survived another ten minutes off the bench to secure an impressive 18-16 victory.
There were a lot of heroes in the second half when Reece Walsh and Euan Aitken tried and were followed by a Walsh penalty kick that put them ahead with 13 minutes left.