Matches and training during COVID-19: Guidance for Participants, Officials and Spectators
Important Guidelines: last update - 24 April 2021
We are currently at Step 2
Please note: Spectators are not permitted in any outdoor sport facility at Step 2.
This does not apply to carers for people with disabilities, or adults needed to supervise under-18s in a safeguarding role. Where it is necessary for them to be present, supervising adults should not mix with others from outside their household or support bubble.
BEFORE YOU PLAY… BEFORE YOU WATCH…
Please read the important guidance below.
If at any point anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms or has experienced symptoms (whether confirmed or not as COVID-19) in the past 14 days, please DO NOT attend training or a match. Anyone who has been asked to self-isolate via NHS Test and Trace must not attend. If this is the case, please contact your Captain or Junior Manager.
All quarantine periods - whether due to symptoms or to returning from international travel - must be adhered to.
All participants should be aware of the increase in transmission risk associated with partaking in even socially distanced group activity. Participants should understand that they are opting to participate in cricket activity, which is not risk free.
Car sharing is not permitted with someone from outside your household or your support bubble unless your journey is undertaken for an exempt reason. Sport and physical activity is not an exempt reason, so you cannot car share for sport and physical activity.
BEFORE THE MATCH - IN BRIEF
Wash hands and sanitise before arriving at the match
No changing rooms are available-all players and officials must turn up changed ready to play.
Kit bags etc. should be left in an outside area.
Hand sanitiser to be carried by all players/officials at all times.
No sharing of any equipment.