Im pretty sure the answer was that local footy in Melbourne will resume in two weeks.
Paul Amy has stated VFL can go ahead. With the 2 hour maximum outdoor limit gone does that mean those within 25k of the ground can watch from outside the gates as long as they are grouped no more than 10 people ?
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If Port play North at Arden Street nothing stops you watching the game. No fence there. Bring a few cans and watch from the footpath. They can't stop you. You can bet your bottom dollar that North Melbourne and Collingwood won't play at home. Then again were are talking about VFL who is run by clowns so they could schedule North at Arden Street. Nothing surprises.
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No vfl this weekend,thank god for the races
I just got advised that Willi is playing North Melbourne at Willi this weekend and then Brisbane at Willi the week after, I think there was a (virtual) meeting of the VFL and clubs this morning so we might find out more this 'arvo
Having read that VFL starement it would seem that there are only games in NSW and none here
Just going on what paul amy posted Wal,he's never wrong
Hearing VFL/VFLW games will resume in Melbourne next weekend without crowds although hopefully that might change by next weekend
From Frankston Facebook page: Frankston are hosting Northern Bullants at SkyBus Stadium next Friday night at 7:30pm RPPFM will broadcast and video live stream the march
Seriously you couldnt make this up...
No crowds allowed at Skybus for Frankston v Preston, but the club is allowed to open their function centre at the ground and serve dinner and drinks while you watch the game lol
Im pretty sure Ive been hearing that transmission is more likely inside rather than outside. Another rule that doesnt make any sense.
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