http://sportal.com.au/default.aspx/League-news-display/heavy-metal-welcome-angers-lyon-32217 Manly star Jamie Lyon lashed out at coin-throwing Parramatta fans after they targeted him following the Sea Eagles' emotional 32-24 win at Parramatta Stadium on Sunday. Lyon, making his first appearance back at the club he walked out on in 2004, condemned supporters for endangering players and staff. Lyon was uninjured but Manly replacement forward Luke Williamson - along with team trainers - reported being hit by coins. "A few of the boys got coins thrown at them. I don't think that is very good," Lyon said after scoring two tries to sink his old club. "I think they should pull their head in about throwing coins and stuff like that onto the field." "It got our trainer and Luke Williamson in the head." "You don't go throwing coins. It could take an eye out and do some damage." Williamson joked: "Unfortunately they were only 20c coins. If they were the gold colour, you'd be going back there." But he then added: "Thankfully it wasn't in my head. Fortunately no-one was hurt." "When I went back on the field in the second half, one of our trainers noted there were plenty of coins in the ground around us." Manly CEO Grant Mayer will file a report with the NRL over the incident, labelling the coin throwers as 'cowards'. "It's a cowardly act to sit behind the players' enclosure and throw metal objects at people," he said. "These people have small minds and I hope they take a good, hard look at themselves." "You must also question the security at the ground. I know it was an exciting match but surely there was enough security at the ground to identify the culprits."