Fiji National Rugby
League chief executive officer, Don Natabe says the organisation is currently
reviewing all its domestic and international events they plan to host later
this year.

With the COVID-19
restrictions still in place, FNRL is hopeful their plans will go ahead as
planned for July.

The 2020 Vodafone Cup
competition is scheduled to take place in July, and the Fiji National Rugby
League is hopeful this competition will go ahead as planned.

Meanwhile, with the
Fiji Secondary School Boys New Zealand Tour been cancelled, there is still hope
that the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League’s Vodafone Trophy and Vodafone
Shield competition will proceed later in the year.

With the Fiji
National Rugby League submitting its accreditation to the Fiji National Sports
Commission and the Ministry of Health and Medical Services, to be an accredited
sport during this COVID-19 pandemic, Natabe anticipated that all COVID-19
restrictions ceases.

The Fiji National Rugby League says they remain fully supportive of the Government’s effort in dealing with COVID-19 in the country, and will await further announcement on the resumption of all sporting activities, as the health of the players and the rugby league community remains paramount.

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