Two supporters have been taken to hospital after being injured during the halftime entertainment at Penrith’s Sportingbet Stadium on Monday.

Two supporters have been hurt during the halftime entertainment at Penrith’s home clash with Brisbane on Monday night.

A competition called the `Big Ball Bash’ sees teams of two charge towards a huge inflatable ball aiming to get it to other end of the field.

However, the game went badly wrong at Sportingbet Stadium when one man dislocated his ankle and another dislocated his shoulder.

The ankle injury victim left the field on a stretcher and both men were taken to hospital.