Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS is asking for an explanation as to why the Crusaders rugby league club was not part of the trial to open events up to the public.
Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru MS for North Wales, said he was stunned that no event in the North had been considered as part of the pilot for open-air events. He said representations from supporters of both the North Wales Crusaders and Wrexham AFC had meant he had contacted First Minister Mark Drakeford for an explanation.
"I gather the club, now based at Eirias Park after moving from Wrexham, was one of two in the North that applied for the pilot scheme. They were not included on the list announced yesterday by the Welsh Government and I want to know why.
"It's good to see the gradual unlocking of events in the wake of the pandemic but it beggars belief that this Labour government would, once again, be tone deaf towards the wishes of clubs in the North.
"That's why I've written to the First Minister to ask - Why haven't the Crusaders and Wrexham AFC been allowed to participate?"