The 31-year-old called it quits in January, having played at the elite level for more than decade and notching more than 80 games for Australia.
The 26-year-old said she was on track to “hopefully” qualify for the Olympics, but faces the prospect of starting from scratch after COVID-19 delayed the event a year.
The 13-year-old is essentially stuck at Yaroomba, due to COVID-19 restrictions, where he’s staying healthy and as active as possible.
Sunshine Coast Falcons will be forced to make "tough decisions" which likely include staff being let go and cuts made as coronavirus cripples the club.
The 21-year-old started 2020 in promising fashion before all stops on the circuit were postponed or cancelled until the end of May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The summer of surf was brought to a premature end due to coronavirus, which has essentially brought most sports to a halt.
Community rugby across the country was further postponed on Saturday, until at least June 1.
The 20-year-old is in great form, after leading a four-person Cruising Yacht Club of Australia team to victory at New Zealand in February.
Community footy was last week suspended further, until June 1, due to coronavirus and Callum Klein is optimistic the Wolves will have a chance to get on the field and show what they can do.
The Sunshine Coast 27-year-old and her husband are keeping relatively fit and active, while there are restrictions on groups and while gyms are closed.