Northumbria Police have praised fans who attended Berwick's home match against Glasgow Rangers.
More than 4,000 spectators packed into Shielfield Park yesterday afternoon to see the 1-1 draw. Three people were arrested for minor offences, but police have praised the behaviour of most fans.
Superintendent Derek Scott said:
– Superintendent Derek Scott, Northumbria Police
"I would like to praise the majority of fans who were mainly good natured and only interested in the action on the pitch.
"Public safety is always out number one priority, and given the rural location and number attending the ground, we had a policing plan in place.
"We have received reports that some sectarian chanting did occur and these reports will be fully investigated and reported to the relevant Scottish authorities."
Berwick Rangers are getting ready for what is arguably one of the biggest league fixtures in their history.
The 'Wee Gers' play host to the new Rangers at Shielfield Park on Sunday 26th August.
A full house is guaranteed at a club used to league attendances of just a few hundred.
Berwick have only beaten the Glasgow side once in their history, winning 1-0 in a Scottish Cup match back in 1967.