Masks compulsory in the NTFA first division finals | Examiner


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Face masks will once again be mandatory for supporters, clubs and officials attending this weekend’s football finals. The directive from Mark Veitch, Tasmania’s director of public health, only applied to NTFA Division 1 and the women’s finals last weekend, but it was extended to the Premier League before games of this weekend. NTFA Chairman Scott Rigby said compliance last weekend was excellent. “It was great to see so many different masks, some were quite wacky and some were even in the team colors,” he said. “I attended the three days [last weekend] and I have had a lot of conversations and the feedback has been very positive. The NTFA encourages football fans to bring their own masks, but there will be masks available at the door for those who need them. Rigby said there had been an exceptional crowd at the games. all season long and the mask rule shouldn’t stop anyone from going out and watching football. “People are really coming back to local football,” he said. “We certainly don’t want the restrictions to prevent people from coming to the ground and supporting local football.” QUALIFICATION FINAL – Saturday at Longford Seniors: 2 p.m. – Reserves Longford vs Rocherlea: 11:55 a.m. – Longford vs Bracknell U18: 9:55 a.m. – Longford vs Bridgenorth ELIMINATION FINAL – Sunday at Bracknell: Seniors: 2 p.m. – Bracknell vs Deloraine Reserves: 11:55 a.m. – Bridgenorth vs. Rocherlea U18: 9.55am – George Town vs Deloraine 2nd semi-final – Saturday at Invermay Park: Women: 10.15am – Launceston vs Old Scotch Div 1 Reserves: 11.55am – St Pats vs Lilydale Div 1 Seniors: 2pm – Lilydale vs Old 1st semi-final of the Launcestonians – Sunday at Invermay Park: Women: 10:15 am – Scottsdale vs Old Launcestonians Div 1 Reserves: 11:55 am – Old Launcestonians vs Old Scotch Div 1 Seniors: 2 pm – Old Scotch vs East Coast Swans

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