‘All options on the table’ as NRL Grand Final hangs in the balance
ARL Commission Chairman Peter V’landys says a decision will be made in coming days on the future of the NRL Grand Final.
A COVID outbreak in Queensland could see the Grand Final postponed.
Currently, crowd capacity has been reduced by 25 per cent for the Sunday clash.
Mr V’landys told Ben Fordham the game is unlikely to be moved to Townsville.
“We want a crowd and if it means postponing the event to get a crowd we will do so.
“We’re leaving everything on the table.”
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