Nick Larkey and Cam Zurhaar. Picture: AFL Photos

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

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.


Neighbours complained of a disturbance late at night but police were not called.

The Kangaroos followed up on a complaint on Monday morning.

The incident comes after the AFL announced a shutdown of the competition until at least May 31 to help fight the spread of the coronavirus.


Meanwhile, former AFLW player Meg Hutchins has taken to social media to call out players who had planned 'Mad Monday' celebrations after the sudden cancellation of the women's competition.