5th August 2020, 10:55 | Community
Yesterday (4 August) the RFL delivered a series of stakeholder webinars focused on Community Rugby League competitions.
The RFL, in partnership with the Community Board and playing leagues, has taken a long-term approach to the fluid situation around the public health and the lock down of sports, with the aim of keeping as many options open as possible for as long as possible.
The RFL’s Return of Community Rugby League Action Plan will receive Government sign off imminently. The phased plan outlines the return of non-contact Rugby League – including social formats like Try Tag Rugby League. This phase will be followed, when Government permit, by full contact Rugby League with modifications including the removal of scrums.
The following outlines the impact on the Community Game competitions in 2020