Woy Woy Roosters looks at its options
The Woy Woy Roosters is looking at the possibility of entering another competition, after Central Coast Rugby League announced the cancellation of its 2020.
"With clubs faced with the new crowd restrictions and the inability to raise game day revenue, it became untenable for clubs to continue," said Central Coast Rugby League president Mr Gerard Andrews.
"The decision is also to protect the health and safety of all our players, officials and volunteers.
"We will continue to work hard towards the 2021 season."
Woy Woy Roosters president Mr Tim McParlane said the club's future was unclear.
"In the short term, we are awaiting options on possible entrance into another competition for the 2020 season," he said.
He said that, in the longer term, the club would be affected by the lost of its major sponsor with the closure of the Woy Woy Leagues Club.
"The economic climate for the seeable future isn't very bright in general, let alone sourcing sponsorship for sporting clubs," he said.
"It isn't all doom and gloom though, with continued support from our supporters and our much appreciated sponsors and with the commitment of our playing group and coaching staff, we will exhaust all options for the future of our club."
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Gerard Andrews, Central Coast Rugby League
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Tim McParlane, Woy Woy Roosters