A LOCAL football club has announced it will withdraw from the 2020 season if matches are not up and running by next month.
THE current salary cap for community football in South Australia could be significantly reduced as the sport continues to feel the pinch from the coronavirus pandemic.
THE 2020 Riverland Football League (RFL) season could start in July and go until the middle of October, according to the league’s commission.
FOOTBALLERS across the Riverland could return to training as early as next week, however strict health and social distancing protocols will need to be met to allow this to happen.
MEMBERS of a local football club are doing their best to stay connected with all football-related activities in South Australia currently postponed until May 31.
THE Riverland Football League (RFL) is hopeful of beginning its season in the middle of June at this stage after the league adhered to the SANFL’s announcement to postpone all football in South Australia until May 31.
AFTER lengthy discussions with various stakeholders, the Riverland Football League has opted to move round one junior matches to Friday, April 24, to avoided them being played on Anzac Day.
THE Riverland Football League will push ahead with scheduling junior matches before noon on Anzac Day despite protest from the local RSL.