QRL Coronavirus Statement
Author : Michael Hillier QRL Media
The Queensland Rugby League wish to advise all statewide competition matches will proceed this weekend as scheduled.
As part of the ongoing response to COVID-19 or coronavirus, the QRL continues to monitor the situation carefully and is taking advice daily from National Rugby League and government representatives.
In addition, the QRL is in constant contact with its clubs ahead of the opening round of the Intrust Super Cup, BHP Premiership, Hastings Deering Colts and Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup this weekend.
The highest priority of the QRL is the health and wellbeing of participants, fans and all other stakeholders.
As such, the QRL supports the NRL’s COVID-19 guidelines and recommends all practices are implemented where possible by clubs
These guidelines are designed to protect the health of the people within the rugby league community and to do our best to assist the broader community effort to slow the spread of the virus.
With regards to community level rugby league, the hosting of competitions and / or trial games this weekend are at the discretion of the relevant local league.
As this is a rapidly changing situation, further advice will be provided during the week commencing March 16.
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