LOCAL FOOTBALL A STEP CLOSER TO KICK OFF

The round ball game is also set to make a comeback next week, with clubs to return to training from Wednesday.

“Clubs will be able to train in groups of 10, including the coach, so nine players and the coach and there will be a limit of four groups of 10 per pitch, so it will be up to club’s to manage that process,” said David Eland, CEO Northern NSW Football.

Northern New South Wales Football will work with players and officials to implement new guidelines.

“We’re already working on our return to play plan, we will be hoping to submit that to the Department of Sport and the relevant government agencies as early as next week,” he said.

 

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From Tea Gardens Hawks Nest, Stephen began his media career with NBN 20 years ago before joining National Nine News. After several years in management roles with the Newcastle Knights, the Hunter Medical Research Institute and private enterprise, he returned to NBN News as a reporter and presenter while studying law at the University of Newcastle. Stephen is a practising Criminal and Traffic Lawyer, admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales.