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Guidance on return of recreational team sport

By almost average 211/7 09:55Sat Jul 11 09:55:50 2020

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https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-on-phased-return-of-sport-and-recreation/return-to-recreational-team-sport-framework

Probably slightly below our level but most points involved would apply . Hell of a lot to sort for a club of our size and staffing levels .

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Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport

By VS Town (VS Boro)11/7 12:24Sat Jul 11 12:24:19 2020In response to Guidance on return of recreational team sport Top of thread

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Thing is, in this league you have "bigger" clubs like Boro, Bromsgrove and Stourbridge and smaller clubs like St Ives, Biggleswade and Tamworth :)

A one-size-fits-all in this league is probably the hardest one to achieve

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Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport

By MJNB11/7 11:16Sat Jul 11 11:16:44 2020In response to Guidance on return of recreational team sport Top of thread

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My club return to playing cricket next week.

Loads of work going on to ensure all guidelines are followed. Not allowed showers, to use the changing rooms, to have teas, and have to turn up in whites ready to play.

Hygiene breaks every six overs, batsman must run between the wickets following ‘tracks’, gap between wicket keeper and slips etc.

Bar can open though following clear distancing rules :)

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Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport

By almost average 211/7 19:02Sat Jul 11 19:02:15 2020In response to Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport Top of thread

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At our level getting fans in and out particularly if details need taking is going to be a big logistical issue .
The bit about players only being able to arrive as close to kick off as possible ready changed then leaving asap after the game will be interesting on a wet January afternoon trip to Leiston .
Having been out and about this week even things like using the toilets is likely to need monitoring with only limited numbers allowed in at one time .
Football can't restart at our level without spectators but is going to challenging to say the least .

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Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport

By stone ragma11/7 19:46Sat Jul 11 19:46:15 2020In response to Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport Top of thread

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Re the toilets is anyone going to be monitoring public toilets in towns! If not what’s the difference!!

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Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport

By almost average 211/7 20:06Sat Jul 11 20:06:43 2020In response to Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport Top of thread

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In all aspects of dealing with this pandemic there seems to be conflicting rules .

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Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport

By MJNB11/7 23:45Sat Jul 11 23:45:04 2020In response to Re: Guidance on return of recreational team sport Top of thread

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