Melbourne lockdown fears amplify, Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport COVID cluster grows, AstraZeneca vaccine in final stages, NSW-Victoria border remains open

Melbourne lockdown fears amplify, Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport COVID cluster grows, AstraZeneca vaccine in final stages, NSW-Victoria border remains open

12th February 2021 Off By adpublisher

Ticket sales for this weekend’s AFLW matches have been put on hold as fears about the implications of the latest coronavirus outbreak grow.

There were three matches set to be staged in Melbourne over the weekend, with tickets set to go on sale at 10am (AEDT) Friday.

In a statement on the AFL Women’s Twitter account, the league said: “Ticket sales for Round 3 of the NAB AFL Women’s Competition have momentarily been put on hold. Keep your eyes on our social media channels for further updates.”

Tickets for Friday night’s clash between the Western Bulldogs and Cats in Geelong were still available through the Ticketmaster website.

The three matches in Melbourne are: St Kilda v Carlton at RSEA Park, Saturday, 5.10pm (AEDT), Melbourne v North Melbourne at Casey Fields, Saturday, 7.10pm (AEDT) and Richmond v Collingwood, Swinburne Centre, Sunday, 3.10pm (AEDT).

There are three matches interstate which are also due to be staged across the weekend.