ADAM LUCIUS and JASON AVEDISSIAN 04mar06 A SEA Eagles player is at the centre of a police investigation into a brawl at the Mona Vale Hotel following Manly's season launch. A SEA Eagles player is at the centre of a police investigation into a brawl at the Mona Vale Hotel following Manly's season launch. Premier League forward Todd Barrow fronted club officials last night to explain his role in the incident, which occurred around 1am yesterday. Witnesses saw Barrow outside the pub with blood streaming from a head cut. It's understood he told officials he was king-hit in an unprovoked attack and has no memory of the incident. Barrow, 21, had earlier attended the Sea Eagles' season launch at Manly Leagues Club with teammates and the first grade squad. He left the function around 10.30pm. While refusing to name Barrow, Sea Eagles CEO Pat Wilson last night confirmed the club was looking into the matter. ``The player concerned has brought an incident to our attention,'' he said. ``We are awaiting further information to see what action if any we take.'' Dee Why Police yesterday confirmed they received a report into an incident at the pub. They said investigations were ongoing. Mona Vale Hotel licensee Andrew Biggs did not wish to comment on the matter.Barrow, a front-rower or second-rower, joined the Sea Eagles from Orange this year and is rated a promising prospect. He played in the club's trial against Central Queensland last month but tore a calf muscle and was ruled out for four weeks.