Rugby league in Scotland suspended indefinitely

Scotland Rugby League have confirmed that all rugby league activity in the country is suspended until further notice amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The rugby league season has been suspended for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus pandemic, and SRL have now announced they are following suit.

A statement released by SRL read: “Scotland Rugby League are continuing to review the current situation regarding the ongoing coronavirus situation.

“With the continued governments restrictions on public gatherings and the resulting pressure on emergency services and healthcare provision, Scotland Rugby League has decided that all rugby league activity in Scotland is suspended until further notice.

“This will impact all rugby league training, festivals, development days and other rugby events, which come under Scotland Rugby League’s jurisdiction.

“During this suspension period Scotland Rugby League will follow government advice at all times, undertake further assessment and advise on any further action that may be required.”

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