Any Coaches, players or volunteers who have been to the 11 local government areas in south-east Queensland remain high-risk (Level 2) and have returned to Tasmania since the 17th of July we ask that you do not attend any training or events until 5.59 pm on 3rd August 2021
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Yes it's spitting with rain, but games are still going ahead! ... See MoreSee Less
At this stage games are going ahead for NSJSA.
All games will be played at 155 Allunga Rd North Chigwell field.
Due to all the rain this week, we are only allowing disabled permit parking to enter through the gates at a fear that children's safety will be compromised with cars sliding on the very wet bank.
Parking is available in Allunga Rd- and the Allunga Rd service entrance will be open to foot traffic.
Tamboon Rd and surrounds with access over the footbridge over the highway.
There is parking in the old Mt Faulkner school(now St Francis learning Centre)off Allunga Rd and there is a walk way through to Metro- again only foot traffic.
We appreciate everyone likes to be able to drive in and be close, but we feel this is the best outcome to allow the CHILDREN TO PLAY and not miss another week!
We would appreciate EVERYONE'S co-operation in arriving with plenty of time to get a park, and walking to the designated ground.
Please remember the hosts at all these venues are VOLUNTEERS, the NSJSA delegates are VOLUNTEERS, we are trying our best to get kids playing the game they love.
Canteen facilities located within club house.
Please pass this on to all your teams, coaches and parents.
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Update to face mask requirements for travellers from Victoria
Published 23 July 2021
People currently in Tasmania who have been in Victoria on or since 8 July, and are not currently subject to a quarantine requirement, will not be required to wear a face mask in public or limit movement in the community from 12:01am tomorrow, Saturday 24 July.
People currently in Tasmania who have been in South Australia on or since 8 July, and are not subject to a quarantine requirement, are required to continue wearing a face mask in public and limit movement for 14 days until further notice – this will be reviewed on Sunday 25 July. ... See MoreSee Less