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AFL pair apologise for organising party, breaking social distancing guidelines

North Melbourne players Nick Larkey and Cameron Zurhaar have apologised for organising a party and breaking social distancing guidelines.

Sources suggested that some Essendon players were also in attendance.

The two young players are housemates and were the hosts of a gathering in Kensington on Sunday night, hours after playing in the Kangaroos’ win over St Kilda at Marvel Stadium.

Other North Melbourne players who had played against St Kilda were there, but not all of them. They decided to celebrate given the season was put on hiatus, and might be their last game for some time.

Nick Larkey (pictured) and Cameron Zurhaar have apologised for holding a party and breaking social distancing guidelines.

Nick Larkey (pictured) and Cameron Zurhaar have apologised for holding a party and breaking social distancing guidelines.Credit:Getty Images

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