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The NRL scores for corona common sense

29 May 2020

11:16 AM

29 May 2020

11:16 AM

It has been a David and Goliath battle for one man battling to ensure his sporting code’s survival and indeed last night David won. 

From the very start of Covid-19 shutdown in Australia, National Rugby League’s chairman Peter V’Landys has been firm. 

He has drawn the ire of the Australian Medical Association for his claims that rugby league should never have shut down during this pandemic and should have kept going like Australian racing did. 

There have been no incidents at all within racing and it has carried on in its own little bubble. 

V’Landys, one man, facing an uphill battle to get Australian sport moving. 

He called May 28 from...

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