Queensland Cricket increased yesterday’s 2500 limit to 2900 for today, and that limit was reached during the second session of the match between Queensland and NSW.
 
Queensland Cricket CEO Terry Svenson said the decision was consistent with recent advice from the Health Department.
 
“We have been monitoring attendances each day and it is appropriate we close the gates for this afternoon. We are very pleased that so many fans have come along to enjoy the Shield Final and will continue to work closely with the relevant parties to ensure it is a safe and comfortable experience.”

The match is being covered live on ABC Radio and broadcast on Foxtel and streamed via Kayo.

Fans are encouraged to arrive early for gates opening for day three tomorrow at 8.30am with grandstand seating limited. Free car parking is available in the Albion Park complex but again, this is limited.
 
Fans can bring their own chair into the venue.
 
Public transport options include buses which stop on Sandgate Road adjacent to Greg Chappell Street and Albion train station.
 
Please check https://qldcricket.com.au/match-day-info for any other match day information.