AFL investigates Crows’ alleged training breach in Barossa

The AFL is investigating a potential breach of the league’s strict training regime after a group of quarantined Adelaide players was spotted training on a golf course in the Barossa Valley.

The players were seen, with footballs, on the second and third fairways of the Tanunda Pines Golf Club – more than an hour north of Adelaide – on Thursday morning.

The Tanunda Pines Golf Course, where Adelaide’s players have allegedly breached social distancing guidelines in quarantine.

A witness told The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald that a group of Crows players were staying at the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, which is closed to the public, and that players had been running and training in groups.

An AFL spokesman confirmed an investigation was underway and league officials were furious about the an alleged breach.


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