Evans was been sin-binned twice during the match, with the first occasion following two attempted high punches on Sharks veteran Will Chambers.
— nrl bits (@nrlbits) August 7, 2021
The incident occurred shortly after Evans came onto the field, with Cecchin soon asking the 29-year-old to head to the sidelines.
"There's a couple of lefts thrown by Kane Evans, and guess who they were aimed at!" Fox League commentator Matt Russell said.
"It took me by surprise and I'm pretty sure it took Matt Cecchin and plenty of players on the field by surprise."
The Warriors prop was once again asked to remove himself from the field, copping a second sin-bin and report for the match following a head slam.
An all time game for Kane Evans:
2 sin bins
0/2 punches landed
🔥 🔥 🔥
— Joseph Palazzi (@JosephPalazzi) August 7, 2021
The Warriors were victors in the end to the tune of 18-16, leaving Evans with a sigh of relief after being forced off the field with scores level late in the game.
Cecchin handed out a total of nine reports for the match, three of which has have gone to Evans.