Just give us a game of football.
Port City Breakers don't care where they play after the Group 3 rugby league fixture was changed for the ninth time this season during the week.
The Breakers were meant to have a home fixture this weekend, but COVID hit and a testing clinic was set up at Regional Stadium which
It forced them to move home games away from the venue for the immediate future - including this week's clash with Forster.
They haven't played a game in three weeks following a washed out fixture against Old Bar before last week's entire round was cancelled due to wet weather.
Coach Dan Kemp, however, acknowledged there were more pressing matters occurring around Australia with health restrictions set to stay in place for a large portion of the state until July 16.
"(Not playing for three weeks) is not ideal, but a lot of things at the moment are not ideal in the world. You've just got to get on with it," he said.
While the results haven't mirrored their improved performances over the last couple of rounds, the coach said there was no point whinging about any potential momentum they could have lost.
"It is what it is and we have to win," he said.
Port City will be encouraged by holding arguably their best training session of the season on Tuesday night.
"After three weeks away from each other you can come back really flat and have to go back to the start again or you can come back refreshed and jumping out of your skin," Kemp said.
"They were really good and I would argue it was our best session of the year. We'll start the season again and the MO is to fly home."
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