Restrictions being eased for community football to start

Encounter Bay hard working defender Jack Crispin in a trial game on the weekend.
Encounter Bay hard working defender Jack Crispin in a trial game on the weekend.

With the shift to the next stage of the State Government's Roadmap, Great Southern football is ready to start on Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12.

On the Saturday - Goolwa/Port Elliot will host Strathalbyn, Yankalilla at home to Myponga/Sellicks, Mount Compass will take on visitors Willunga, Encounter Bay will host Langhorne Creek and McLaren will be at home to Victor Harbor.

On Sunday, July 12 - GSFLW will re-start with Victor Harbor playing Goolwa/Port Elliot and Willunga meeting Encounter Bay, both at Willunga and Mount Compass against Yankalilla and McLaren against Strathalbyn, both at McLaren Vale.

Back in next week's edition will be the Interchange Bench, Clanger and the popular Footy Fanatics with the support of Fleurieu Milk.

Restrictions are easing for country football to get started with access to showers now permitted, no caps on spectators permitted at venues, provided density requirements of one person per 2sqm, the sale of food and beverage is now permitted, access to change rooms and toilets permitted for essential personnel and records of participants/spectators are not required.

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