Each of our venues across Australia will have slightly different rules and restrictions as they welcome back teams and return to competitions. Ahead of your first game back, we'll let you know of the specific requirements for your team at your venue. Below are some important things to keep in mind before, during and after your game to ensure you keep yourself and others safe.
It is more important than ever to stay home and get tested if you have the symptoms of coronavirus, however mild. If you are feeling sick or unwell, please do not attend your game - you can update your RSVP to let us know you're unable to play and we'll ensure your team is okay without you.
For NSW Players:
NSW Health has provided an updated list of known COVID-19 case locations. If you have visited any of these locations you should follow the NSW Health guidelines, which include self-isolating, and avoid attending any of your games until the advised self-isolation period is finished. Venues will not permit players who have visited any of these locations to compete until the NSW Health guidelines has been satisfied.
Best practices for staying safe:
Continue Social Distancing
keep 1.5 metres away from others wherever possible
avoid physical greetings such as handshakes, hugs and hi-5s
practise good hygiene and regularly wash/sanitise your hands
avoid sharing personal items such as drink bottles and towels
arrive at your game prepared and in full uniform to avoid using shared change facilities
practise extra care if you are using public transport and consider wearing a mask to help prevent transmission
stay at home if you have any cold or flu symptoms. Seek medical advice and get tested for COVID-19
Practise Good Hygiene
wash your hands often with soap and water
use alcohol-based hand sanitisers when you can’t use soap and water
avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
clean and disinfect objects you use often such as mobile phones, keys, wallets and work passes
don’t cough or sneeze into your hands
stay at home and get tested if you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19), however mild.
For further details head to: Department of Health