WITH the first game of football for premiership points just a day away, the buzz is growing ahead of the Good Friday clash between Koroit and South Warrnambool, which will open the 2021 Hampden Football Netball League (HFNL) season.
The league’s season launch was last week with Head of AFL Victoria, Brad Scott, the guest speaker.
One of the biggest challenges community football faces is the uncertainty around what could happen with little notice.
Scott told The Spectator the issue was one he had got a lot of feedback about ahead of the season.
“I think just getting back in an uncertain world, things are looking really positive at the moment, but there is still a sense of uncertainty out there in the community,” he said.
“I really feel once we get back and see that first community footy played in the region, that uncertainty will be taken away.
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