Temporary suspension to football competitions extended to May 31

By Anya Whitelaw
April 5 2020 - 10:00am
ON HOLD: CSU and Panorama have enjoyed a fierce rivalry in Bathurst District Football's premier league competition, but they will have to wait until at least May 31 to play this season. Photo: PHIL BLATCH
ON HOLD: CSU and Panorama have enjoyed a fierce rivalry in Bathurst District Football's premier league competition, but they will have to wait until at least May 31 to play this season. Photo: PHIL BLATCH

THE suspension has been extended, but the good news for the more than 10,000 players registered under the Western NSW banner is that there is a "100 per cent" intent to see football played in 2020.

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