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Sport Government happy to help with NRL's plan for July 1 crowds, says Chant

07:48  25 may  2020
07:48  25 may  2020 Source:   smh.com.au

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Rugby league boss Peter V’landys has set another ambitious target for the game ahead of the NRL ’ s resumption, saying he wants crowds in stadiums from 1 July .

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When asked whether the timeline set by ARLC chairman Peter V'landys was possible in a press conference on Monday morning, Chant said that the government would not hesitate to assist the league.

"We are considering every organisation's needs and are happy to work with them on looking at how to create that COVID-safer environment," she said.

With the league set to restart behind closed doors on Thursday, V'landys has boldly outlined the game's next mission to get crowds back in the stands by July 1. "We're on the moon," V'landys told the Herald on Sunday. "We're looking for Mars now."

Chant said there were a number of factors that would need to be considered before the green light would be given.

"We do not want mingling of groups that generally don't mingle," she said. That's the reason there are all the considerations of limiting the bookings for a group of ten, so you don't actually have larger-scale interactions."

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian took a more cautious view, insisting the return of crowds to stadia was not on the government's radar.

"We are not in that space yet," Berejiklian said. "That's up to organisations to consider their options, but certainly we are not in the space yet. We are working our way through the list and that's not on the list as yet."

The game's restart date of May 28 was considered highly improbable when set in April. The NRL will be one of the first major competitions in the world to restart and Australia's only football code playing upon its return.

Bankwest Stadium, Campbelltown Stadium, Central Coast Stadium, Suncorp Stadium, QCB Stadium and AAMI Park were announced last week as the game's venues for the first nine weeks of the returned competition.

Acting Chief Executive Officer Andrew Abdo said the choice of the six stadiums was based on the NRL's strict biosecurity protocols and were picked to ensure all venues provided the safest possible environment amid the pandemic.

"Each venue requires customised infrastructure to meet our strict biosecurity requirements. We've adopted a phased approach for venues should restrictions be eased in the future,'' he said.

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