COVID-19 Return to Train Guidelines

This guide has been established to support Clubs and Associations under the current Victorian Government COVID-19 restrictions to return to playing cricket in a phased approach.

COVID-19 Return to Train Guidelines

This guide has been established to support Clubs and Associations under the current Victorian Government COVID-19 restrictions to return to playing cricket in a phased approach.

All Cricket Clubs and Associations have an obligation to strictly adhere to the following protocols at every training session, with the focus to be ‘Get there Safely, Conduct Training and Leave Safely’.

PERSONAL HYGIENE & EQUIPMENT

  • Stay away if you or someone close has been unwell in the lead-up to returning to training.
  • Regular handwashing (20 seconds minimum with soap) and use of hand sanitizer is strongly encouraged.
  • Cough/sneeze into the crook of your elbow or a tissue and avoid touching your nose/eyes/mouth.
  • Shaking hands and celebrations involving contact with another person (including high-fives) are all strongly discouraged.
  • No shining of any cricket ball with saliva at any time.
  • Sharing of practice balls, personal equipment and other incidentals (e.g. water bottles, towels) between players is prohibited.
  • Clubs are strongly encouraged to clean all door handles, taps, towel dispensers/hand dryers and toilet seats if used at a session prior to the next scheduled session taking place.
  • Players to attend training sessions in appropriate training apparel and asked not to shower and/or change clothes at the venue (Only toilets will be accessible for the duration of each training session).
  • Ensure plenty of bins are provided and place all used tissues in bin immediately.

RICKET VICTORIA | COVID-19 RETURN TO TRAIN

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