Fancy a drive? For six hours? That's what's facing any Canberra Raiders fans or sponsors who might want to go to a game.
It's hard to get too excited about fans returning to the NRL when it doesn't really apply to Canberrans. Yep, keep withering on that vine.
For those that don't know, on Friday the NSW government gave the NRL the all clear to have small crowds back from next weekend - provided their biosecurity measures stack up.
Corporate boxes will be treated like pubs, which means small gatherings of up to 50 will be allowed in each box.
It would allow club sponsors to get some bang for their corporate buck. It would also help NRL clubs - who are all struggling in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic - to provide some value to those sponsors.
Well, for the Sydney clubs anyway. If the Raiders' sponsors happen to live in the Harbour City then it's all tickety boo. Otherwise, fill up the stationwagon and hit the road because there aren't any NRL games played in the 2600 postcode on the horizon.
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It further calls into question the decision to force the Raiders to play their home games at Campbelltown Stadium for the next six weeks. Driving up and down the Hume Highway when Sydney teams barely need to get off the couch.
Although it would allow the Green Machine's sponsors to experience an NRL player's life on the road.
The ACT government don't want to answer a hypothetical question about whether they would follow their NSW counterpart's suit by allowing small crowds to games at Canberra Stadium.
Understandable, given the earliest an NRL game could be there is July 25 when the Green Machine hosts the South Sydney Rabbitohs in round 11. Not that there's any guarantees that game will be scheduled in the ACT.
I mean, it would hardly be fair to force the Bunnies to travel to Canberra now would it. Especially at that time of year. It will not only be not in Sydney, but cold as well.
Up until then, the Raiders have already been locked into Campbelltown. Even though the ACT government has cleared them to play at Canberra Stadium.
But the broadcasters couldn't be bothered driving up the Hume themselves. It costs too much in petrol. Oh, and did I mention it's cold.
Which must be why they're happy to travel to Townsville. Given it can't be cheap to cart all their TV cameras the 1300 kilometres north of Brisbane.
You can't only blame Channel Nine this time though. It's Fox Sports as well. Given Nine hates the Raiders so much they only begrudgingly allow them on their airwaves. Until finals time when the fawning will begin.
They'd much rather have the Brisbane Broncos serving up their own special interpretation of "rugba leeg". One that sounds a lot more like "touch football" given the Broncos' aversion to stopping their opponents from scoring. Repeatedly.
On a positive note, at least the Broncos can't have sponsors at their home games either. You can hear both parties sighing with relief about that from here.
NRL ROUND FOUR
Sunday: Canberra Raiders v Newcastle Knights at Campbelltown Stadium, 4.05pm.
Raiders team: 1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 2. Bailey Simonsson, 3. Jarrod Croker, 4. Curtis Scott, 5. Nick Cotric, 6. Jack Wighton, 7. George Williams, 8. Josh Papalii, 9. Josh Hodgson, 10. Dunamis Lui, 11. Joe Tapine, 12. Elliott Whitehead, 13. Corey Horsburgh. Interchange from: 14. Siliva Havili, 15. Emre Guler, 16. Sia Soliola, 17. Jordan Rapana, 18. Tom Starling, 19. Matt Frawley, 20. Kai O'Donnell, 21. Michael Oldfield.
Knights team: 1. Kalyn Ponga, 2. Edrick Lee, 3. Enari Tuala, 4. Bradman Best, 5. Hymel Hunt, 6. Kurt Mann, 7. Mitchell Pearce, 8. David Klemmer, 9. Andrew McCullough, 10. Daniel Saifiti, 11. Aidan Guerra, 12. Sione Mata'utia, 13. Herman Ese'ese. Interchange from: 14. Tex Hoy, 15. Jacob Saifiti, 16. Tim Glasby, 17. Brodie James, 18. Gehamat Shibasaki, 19. Chris Randall, 20. Mason Lino, 21. Pasami Saulo.