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Sport AFL boss impressed by NRL's virtual crowd noise

06:23  29 may  2020
06:23  29 may  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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However, while there has been sparring between the two codes during their respective hiatuses, McLachlan admitted he was impressed by the atmosphere provided by the virtual crowd noise.

"I thought the canned crowd noise was good, I thought it was a positive," McLachlan told 3AW.

"I thought it added to the atmosphere of the game.

"Our broadcasters, I know, are looking at lots of different things. I know they're looking at that

"I've seen a couple of things they've been trying … but they've been trying some stuff. There's some real skill in it – some technical stuff. They're wanting to get it right."

McLachlan was not the only person in the AFL world to praise the crowd noise, with leading reporter Damian Barrett also impressed by the sound effects.

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"Thought I'd hate the fake crowd sound-effect," Barrett tweeted.

"Small sample size of 20 minutes of one match of NRL, but can't believe how much it seems to work."

a group of people in front of a large crowd of people: Both the NRL and the AFL are aiming to re-introduce crowds at some stage this season © Getty Both the NRL and the AFL are aiming to re-introduce crowds at some stage this season

McLachlan also admitted that like the NRL, the AFL had not given up hopes of re-introducing crowds to fixtures at some point this season.

"I reckon with every day that goes past there's a better chance," he said.

"We've got a pretty much finalised 80 percent done crowd plan.

"This is one where I'm not going to run ahead of the health officials and governments, but I do feel that it feels like the community is doing such an unbelievable job and our officials and health officers have done such a good job.

"We're heading in a direction where we're getting back to life. When that looks like and if that's possible, I don't know. But we'll be ready."

ARL Commission chairman Peter V'landys has indicated that he hopes to have crowds back at NRL fixtures from July 1 onward.

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