Mount Isa Rugby League is kicking off its City vs Country series tonight at Alec Inch Oval from 6pm.
MIRL said it was excited to bring this new Under 15s, girls and 17s competition style to the community over the next six Friday nights.
"Organisers of this competition wanted to breathe new life into these age groups and get some more consistent games for these boys and girls," MIRL said on its Facebook page.
"Under 15's will kick the night off at 6pm. We are keen to see what these boy are made of and test their skills."
Following this game there will be a female league tag competition ranged from ages 14-17 to allow the girls to show off their skills and speed.
The main game kicking off at 7:50pm will be the under 17's.
"This is an age group that hasn't had much footy over the past few years but don't let this fool you, these boys got some skill," MIRL said.
"So if you're sitting at home on a Friday night wishing coronavirus didn't ruin your social life then come on down and support our local stars."
MIRL will require all attendees to maintain social distancing of 1.5m and regularly use the hand sanitiser provided.
If you are sick (have flu like symptoms or common cold), have traveled within VIC, NSW, declared hotspots or overseas in the last 14 days please stay home.
You will need to record your attendance upon entering the grounds by opening your camera on your smart phone. Hover over the QR code and a website link will pop up on your screen select the link and follow the prompts.
"We ask you to please get behind us and support our tuckshop and purchase a drink and food while visiting," MIRL said.
"All proceeds of game days goes back into the grounds for maintenance of the field and getting our sport back this year."
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