COVID-19 and PANDEMIC CRICKET UPDATE
SBCC are very aware that regulations and restrictions may change prior to the start-up of the cricket season.
SBCC ask all our members to keep aware of the changing regulations and how they may impact their own actions.
Please make sure you are all familiar with the requirements detailed below and any additional requirements that may be announced by the Government at short notice.
There are some key areas that affect our cricket net sessions.
- All players must turn up with their own equipment including cricket balls,
- Number of players per net must be limited to 6 including the batsmen,
- Players are not to pick up or field other bowlers cricket balls, if this happens by accident then hand sanitizer is to be used to clean hands and ball, with the exception of the batsmen who is wearing gloves.
- No meeting or mingling on Dulwich Sports Ground (DSG) outside of the arranged and agreed nets sessions.
- NETS WILL BE EVERY WEDNESDAY 3PM ONWARDS STARTING FROM THE 31st OF MARCH.
- Players practising away from the nets should also be aware of the rule of group of six and are not congregating in groups larger than six.
- We ask all South Bank CC players to continue to be aware of all the Government social distancing guidelines whilst on the ground and whilst using the nets.
- We expect all SBCC players to observe all the hygiene requirements suggested by the ECB including no sharing of equipment including cricket helmets, balls and bats, and the use of hand-sanitiser. etc
- Players feeling unwell or are displaying any of the COVID related symptoms SHOULD NOT attend the net sessions. And anyone displaying these symptoms will be turned away.
In addition we have been asked to make sure that we do not use muddy shoes in the nets, this may inturn also limit bowling run ups, especially as the ground is still quite wet.