It is important that the Club informs you of the following:
- Any player that has underlying health conditions or is considered a vulnerable person should consult with a healthcare professional prior to returning to Small Group Training.
- The rules around Small Group Training are strict, a maximum of 10 per group, this includes the coach.
- Players MUST stay in their designated group/area and there is to be no rotating of coaches or players.
- Training is strictly NON-CONTACT (ie: no tackling, no bumping, no marking contests etc).
- The Club will provide hand sanitiser for all team training sessions; coaches and players will be encouraged to use sanitiser before, during and after training.
- Absolutely no sharing of personal items such as water bottles, food or towels.
- The AFL are currently recommending NO mouthguards (whilst we are in the non-contact phase of training).
- Club footballs will be wiped with antibacterial wipes or alcohol-based sanitiser prior to and after all Small Group Training sessions.
- Attendance records must be kept for every training session and be made available to AFL NSW/ACT and/or health authorities upon request.
- AFL NSW/ACT encourage all coaches, players and volunteers to download the COVIDSafe App to help in tracing the spread of COVID-19
What this means for our players:
- If your child is feeling unwell, with any cold or flu like symptoms, they must not come to training.
- Players must bring their own water bottle to training (we also suggest a small bag or backpack to keep all their things in).
- Change rooms are not available at this time, public toilets will be open for use.
- NO spitting or clearing nasal passages at training.
- NO high fives, handshakes or any unnecessary bodily contact
- Once training is finished, there is to ne be no hanging around. GET IN | TRAIN | GET OUT.
What this means for the parents:
- If you are feeling unwell with any cold or flu like symptoms please stay home.
- Parents are asked to remain behind the fence at all times, please do not come onto Lionel Watts oval during training.
- Parents are reminded to observe the rules around social distancing.