Salford fined for breach of RFL protocols

Salford fined for breach of RFL protocols

by | Aug 24, 2021

Salford Red Devils have been fined £25,000 (£12,500 suspended for one year) for breaches of Covid protocols which led to the postponements of two Betfred Super League fixtures this season, Wakefield Trinity (1 July) and Hull FC (5 July).

The fines reflect the RFL’s determination to protect the integrity of, and confidence in, professional Rugby League competitions. In reaching ‘agreed decisions’ with the clubs, the RFL re-emphasises the sport’s obligations to clubs, supporters, and commercial and broadcaster partners who are affected by such postponements and cancellations.

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