ARLC chairman Peter V’landys is pushing the federal government to enable quite a few the New Zealand Warriors’ members of the family into Australia.
According to Nine News reporter Chris O’Keefe, frustrations are rising inside the Warriors’ camp as quite a few gamers categorical their displeasure at not being allowed to have their family members by their facet.
The New Zealand facet are presently set-up on the central coast of NSW and prior to arriving in Australia final month, only some gamers from the squad had been allowed to carry their families.
V’landys is now pushing the government to present a journey exemption for extra members of the family of Warriors gamers.
“Peter V’landys is pushing the Federal Government to concern a journey exemption for an enormous group of members of the family of the New Zealand Warriors,” O’Keefe advised Nine News Sydney.
“It’s understood it’s 12 folks, primarily wives and kids of three completely different New Zealand Warriors gamers presently in camp on the central coast.
“This request has been met with some reluctance from Canberra and Border Force as a result of they don’t seem to be Australia residents, nor are they everlasting residents and that may be breaking the foundations.
“Some of the Warriors do have their families in camp with them, however a few of them do not and that is inflicting just a few gamers to get fairly fed up.”