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1 hour ago, Rooney's Ears said:

All football postponed until at least April 3rd.

Will the Rugby be affected next?

The only time personally i think the RFL will is if non-league football is suspended or Government advise. If Wales vs Scotland Rugby union is allowed to go ahead which it is, i dont see why the RFL need to suspend rugby league at present

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1 hour ago, Rooney's Ears said:

All football postponed until at least April 3rd.

Will the Rugby be affected next?

Will happen sooner or later. I imagine they'll wait til a player gets it which forces a team to self isolate which forces more postponement until any actual action takes place. 

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4 hours ago, HarrogateKnights said:

The only time personally i think the RFL will is if non-league football is suspended or Government advise. If Wales vs Scotland Rugby union is allowed to go ahead which it is, i dont see why the RFL need to suspend rugby league at present

Now postponed.

 


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There was no reason to cancel football matches yet according to the government and chief medical officer. It just leads to more hysteria 


sometimes you have to take a step backwards to move forward

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1 hour ago, spanishknight said:

You been on shandys again, match is on.

Don't think any shandys been taken on this occasion.

 

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On 11/03/2020 at 12:40, georgehadgingerhair said:

Even worse if you have booked flights and accomodation

flippin well have..can't come to York for March 22. to say I'm p.o'd is putting it mildly. wanted to get squiffy with Deano and the boys

in the Bootham tavern..oh and watch RL!!

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I was thinking if "mass gatherings" are banned by the Government this weekend how will that affect the NCL/grassroots game and if it doesn't would people watch Acorn or Heworth in light of postponed or no fixtures in the Championship? I know this weekend is being moved to Fev. Could championship teams survive playing behind closed doors? 

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33 minutes ago, HarrogateKnights said:

I was thinking if "mass gatherings" are banned by the Government this weekend how will that affect the NCL/grassroots game and if it doesn't would people watch Acorn or Heworth in light of postponed or no fixtures in the Championship? I know this weekend is being moved to Fev. Could championship teams survive playing behind closed doors? 

The medical experts say players and occupants of 'technical areas' are at greater risk than spectators. 

After today, there won't be any rugby league, of any description, for months.

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Just a small suggestion most teams all have there tv channels that show games after been played. Would they use that to stream games at say ticket price discounted for season ticket holders. So the season can go on and clubs still get revenue. Difference with rugby to footy is rugby is already on its ###### matches not played in rugby could be the end. Just a thought. Well also trying not to be insensitive about the current situation the world is in. 

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17 hours ago, Bullmania said:

Just a small suggestion most teams all have there tv channels that show games after been played. Would they use that to stream games at say ticket price discounted for season ticket holders. So the season can go on and clubs still get revenue. Difference with rugby to footy is rugby is already on its ###### matches not played in rugby could be the end. Just a thought. Well also trying not to be insensitive about the current situation the world is in. 

Personally if this is the difference between having or not having a club/league I would opt for it

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That’s all very well till the players get infected as in Toronto’s case

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sometimes you have to take a step backwards to move forward

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Best case scenario I can see is we get back on track for our match against fax at start of July. Then if we got rid of the playoffs we could complete all postponed fixtures by first week in Dec, then delay start of next season till March?....maybe

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