Albury footballers are facing sanctions from the club after the Tigers were kicked out of an Upper Murray caravan park over the weekend.
More than 50 Tigers players spent Saturday afternoon rebuilding fences in the fire-ravaged Corryong region but it was a different story at Colac Colac Caravan Park that night as a handful of the group engaged in anti-social behaviour.
The caravan park operators, who declined to comment to The Border Mail, asked the Tigers to leave at 9am on Sunday morning following the departure of several disgruntled guests.
Albury president Stuart Hodgson wasn't on the camp but was informed on Sunday the playing group had been evicted from the park.
Hodgson said he was in the process of piecing together what actually occurred on Saturday night with the perpetrators to face disciplinary action from the club.
"Obviously we are extremely disappointed," Hodgson said.
"We are in the process at the moment of trying to work out exactly what happened and which players were involved.
"We will be taking action on the players responsible once we establish what went on.
"I can't say much more than that at this early stage because I don't know all the facts yet (but) I have contacted the caravan park owner to apologise."
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Tigers players were put through a gruelling Monument Hill running session on Sunday as an initial form of punishment upon their return to Albury.
Tallangatta Football Club, which also spent the day fencing, stayed at the park on Saturday night but no issues were reported with the Hoppers.