Sporting organizations failing to comply with return to play protocols after being accredited will be stopped from holding any form of competition.
This has been revealed by Fiji National Sports Commission Chair Peter Mazey.
Mazey says all sporting bodies and its affiliated clubs are expected to abide by the protocols during training, friendly matches and when organizing and holding competitions.
“They can’t have competitions, yes it will have to be stopped but we would be just requesting the sporting body to stop until they organize themselves.”
The Sports Commission Chair adds facility owners also have the responsibility to make sure all protocols given by the government including 50% crowd capacity are implemented and followed by all sporting bodies.
Meanwhile, 14 more sports were accredited yesterday which means there are now 25 accredited sports in the country.
Six sports including rugby league are expected to be certified next week.
Hockey and Handball are the only two sports that did not make any submission to the Sports Commission.