Pre-season training starts for Canberra sports teams as lockdown lifts in the ACT | ABC News

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It’s probably felt a lot longer than two months for the territory’s professional sport leagues, but the lifting of lockdown last night means that training is back on the agenda.

And local sport isn’t too far off either, with competitions allowed to commence in two weeks on October 29.

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