THE Super Rugby clash between the Waratahs and Bulls at Scully Park has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The decision comes after the competition's governing body SANZAAR suspended the Super Rugby season at the conclusion of this weekend's matches.
Another contributing factor to the decision was the New Zealand Government's move to enforce all returning travellers to self isolate for 14 days upon returning to the country.
Wests Entertainment Group broke the news to local fans via Social media saying the circumstances meant the game could not go ahead.
"Following the announcement by the New Zealand Government that all returning travellers will have to self-isolate for 14 days, including Super Rugby players, SANZAAR has suspended the 2020 Super Rugby tournament at the conclusion of this weekend's matches," the post read.
"This means that the Round 8 match between the Waratahs and the Bulls at Scully Park this Saturday March 21 has been cancelled.
"Ticket holders will be contacted directly for refunds starting this Wednesday March 18.
"We will get in touch with all of you as soon as possible.
"We will continue to update you as new information comes in."
The fate of the May 9 NRL game between the Wests Tigers and Canberra Raiders at Scully Park remains in doubt, after the NRL announced all future games would be played behind closed doors for the foreseeable future.