The emergence of COVID-19 on the global landscape has led to the temporary shut down of practically every form of mass gathering including football – from elite to the grassroots.A lot of activities have been postponed due to the outbreak of the highly-contagious global pandemic, affecting the elite stage trickling down to the grassroots level.Meanwhile, the La Nkwantanang Youth League (NKN Youth League) has extended its registration for the 2020 season in the wake of the global pandemic – coronavirus.The initial period for registration was to last for a period of 30 days (March 1 to March 31) but due to the wildfire-like spread of the virus and government directives of suspending all public gathering, the registration process has been extended to April to afford teams ample time.The 2019 edition of the NKN Youth League was clinched by Young Stars which went throughout the entire season unbeaten and climaxed it with a narrow win against Lashee in the finals.

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