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Star duo Toby Greene and Callum Mills are 2 of 5 players to beryllium forced retired of tonight's Sydney Derby aft being re-classified arsenic tier 2 COVID-19 contacts.

Greene and Mills were a portion of a radical of 15 players and unit from some the Sydney Swans and GWS Giants who were re-classified arsenic tier 2 contacts from the Wallabies vs France rugby lucifer astatine AAMI Park connected Tuesday night.

Sydney was forced to propulsion Mills, Colin O'Riordan and Harry Cunningham retired of its line-up astatine the 11th hour, portion the Giants withdrew Greene and Matt de Boer.

Mills, O'Riordan and Cunningham were replaced successful Sydney's line-up by James Rowbottom, Dylan Stephens and Ben Ronke, with Ronke the aesculapian substitute.

Matt de Boer and Toby Greene were forced retired of the Giants' line-up for the Sydney Derby astatine the 11th hr (Getty)

Greene and de Boer were replaced successful the GWS Giants' line-up by Tanner Bruhn and Zach Sproule, with Sproule taking De Boer's spot arsenic the Giants' aesculapian substitute. Giants players Kieren Briggs and Jake Stein besides attended the Wallabies lucifer and person been forced into isolation, though the brace weren't selected to play tonight's match.

Nine of the 15 individuals re-classified arsenic tier 2 contacts are players and unit from the Giants, portion the remaining six are players and unit from the Swans.

The cohort of players and unit entered via Gate 7 astatine AAMI Park and acceptable successful Rows 25-42 of Zone 2, which has present been re-classified arsenic a tier 2 vulnerability tract by the Victorian Department of Health.

Each of the players and unit members who sat successful Zone 2 astatine AAMI Park indispensable present isolate nether Queensland Department of Health requirements.

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