Police have praised the crowd at Sunday's NRL game between the Penrith Panthers and South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Orana Mid-Western Police District Chief Inspector Keith Ridley said it was a well behaved crowd at Apex Oval and overall a good weekend.
"We didn't have any problems at all. The crowd were very well behaved, no offences were detected," he said.
With 10,824 people at Apex Oval for the football, Inspector Ridley said they had an increased police presence at the game and around Dubbo this weekend.
He said he was "pleased" there were no spikes in offensive or public order behaviour around the town.
"It seemed to be a relatively good weekend in response to crime, there didn't seem to be anything out of the unusual in relation to licenced premises after the event or anything like that," he said.
"It was really good to see a well behaved crowd. These events tend to be well behaved events, certainly the previous football games we've held at Apex oval, so it's really pleasing."