Three men arrested after pre-arranged Sydney brawl

Three men arrested after pre-arranged Sydney brawl

Three males have been charged after a pre-arranged brawl in Sydney’s northwest has left a father and son fighting for their lives.

Police say a group of 20 men were involved in the fight, after reportedly agreeing to meet outside Rouse Hill shopping centre, on the corner of Caddies Boulevard and White Hart Drive, about 8:30pm yesterday.

A 41-year-old man was stabbed in his stomach, arms and back, and his 20-year-old son suffered a single stab wound to the chest during the fight.

The three men, aged 20, 18 and 15  have been charged with wounding with intent and affray.

Police allege the fight was organised on Facebook, but say they do not know what the fight was about.

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