Updated Return to Train and Play Guidelines

In light of the current restrictions imposed on metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire, Cricket Victoria has made further amendments to our Return to Train & Play guidelines that were released on 25 June 2020.

Updated Return to Train and Play Guidelines - 9 July 2020

In light of the current restrictions imposed on metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire, Cricket Victoria has made further amendments to our Return to Train & Play guidelines that were released on 25 June 2020.

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 and matches, with the focus to be ‘Get there Safely, Conduct Training and/or Play and Leave Safely’.

As of Monday 22nd June 2020, competitions for Non-contact sports (including cricket) will be able to resume for all age groups.

⚠️ IMPORTANT:

The following local government areas are currently under enforced ‘lockdown’ by the Victorian State Government until August 19th: Banyule, Bayside, Boroondara, Brumbank, Cardinia, Casey, Darebin, Frankston, Glen Eira, Dandenong, Hobsons Bay, Hume, Kingston, Knox, Manningham, Maribyrnong, Maroondah, Melbourne, Melton, Mitchell, Monash, Moonee Valley, Moreland, Mornington Peninsula, Nillumbik, Stonington, Port Phillip, Whitehorse, Whittlesea, Wyndham, Yarra & Yarra Ranges.

Training and matches must not commence for clubs, associations and players located in these areas during ‘lockdown’.

GENERAL INFORMATION

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