Covid 19 brings abrupt end to divisional season….hope for the cups though

The SSMAFL understand the frustrations felt by all clubs this season and the disappointment that the premature end to the season has caused.
In the interest of fairness and not unjustifiably punishing clubs, through either relegation or the awarding of titles to rival, we felt a null and void season was the only way to protect the integrity of and not devalue the divisional competitions our clubs fight tooth and nail for every season, week by week.
We still hope however to conclude at least 3 cup competitions when we get back playing if time allows
It has not gone unnoticed by the league executive committee, the efforts put in by all clubs this season so far, in what was shaping up to be one of the most hotly contested leagues across all divisions and we share the disappointment felt by many
We thank all the SSMAFL clubs for their understanding, particularly when no one decision was available to offer all clubs a positive outcome. We look forward to discussing the proposed structures for the 2020/21 season
Most importantly, please all stay safe and healthy.
The SSMAFL fully endorses and asks all clubs and their players to follow all government guidelines if and when training in isolation