Restrictions lifted

September 24th, 2020
The NSW Government made some announcements today concerning community sport and COVID-19 safety. It is good news for us. Some of those tight restrictions on attendance have gone.
The latest is:
  • Anyone can go to matches. It is no longer restricted to one-child one-parent.
  • Up to 500 people can attend matches (with the usual social distancing). Before it was only player/parent, match officials and required volunteers.
  • Teams from North Coast Zone can compete anywhere in NSW as a team.
It’s not over yet but thanks to everyone for your support in getting us to this point. It has been a great community effort. We’re all in this together.

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