Frankie Halton will NOT play for Featherstone Rovers on Saturday against York City Knights.
That’s because the current regulations state that after a ten-day isolation period, the player must sit out for a further seven days.
Halton, however, took to Twitter to show his opposition to such a rule.
Bang on this. But what I don’t get is why the rest of society can isolate for 10 days and go back to normal but players can’t? I’ve done my 10 days tomorrow but not allowed to play at Wembley next weekend…but I can go and watch 🤨 makes sense 🤷🏽♂️ https://t.co/Wm6xLTQF8O
— Frankie Halton (@frankie_halton) July 10, 2021