Moseley head coach Ian Smith will study video evidence of the brawl that led to two red cards in Saturday's feisty local derby against Coventry before deciding what action to take against his own or the visitors' players.
An entertaining and well-contested encounter boiled over in the 68th minute when fighting broke out and resulted in Moseley's Gary Trueman and Coventry's Danny Hodge being given their marching orders by referee Ashley Rowden.
Several other players became involved and after consultation with his touch judge, Rowden decided to dismiss Trueman and Hodge, both of whom threw punches during the melee. But Smith is not certain that justice has been done and will meet with the club's hierarchy to decide if Trueman requires further punishment and if he is to refer any of the visiting team to the citing officer.
"We will have to have a look at the incident to see if there is anything untoward going on," Smith said. "We will hold a disciplinary meeting on Tuesday and given that the card was for violent conduct, the Rugby Football Union will probably have a look at it too. There was an instigator in the flare-up that preceded the red cards and he was not dealt with at all."
Apart from that one incident, the match passed off in good spirit and resulted in Moseley's second home win of the season.
They were galvanised by an outstanding performance from captain Neil Mason, who scored a brilliant individual try and led from the front defensively. But the back row forward maintained the most impressive aspect of his team's display was the fact that they won without five of their dual-registered or loan players from Gloucester.
Dan Norton was away with the England Under-20s while Jack Adams and Jack Forster both started at Kingsholm in the 20-13 Guinness Premiership defeat by Leicester and Alistair Dickinson and Ali James came off the bench.
That meant Moseley had to hand a first-team debut to Henry Trinder, bring in Tommy Hayes and recall several fringe players and Mason felt that seemed to make them stronger in an edgy local derby.
"I'm not saying that the Gloucester boys don't care as much they are all class players,"
Mason said. "But when you play Moseley boys, they are playing for the team they have always been at. That helped in a way today. A lot of the boys came in with something to prove and tried to take their chances."
Mason also claimed that his team are learning to cope with tight situations after holding out for a 22-20 win. "We have learned to close games out now," he said. "It could have gone the other way and probably would have last season, or even three months ago.
"But we have come on in leaps and bounds as a side and we are a lot more comfortable at this level now that said, we are not out of the danger zone yet, we have got to keep winning.