Dear Nedlands Club Members,
The last message I sent outlined the steps needed for Community Rugby to start getting back to normal, the first step in this process occurred last Sunday with the State Government lifting social distancing bans from no more than 2 people together at any one time to now 10 people together training in a group.
While this is a positive step it does not allow any form of contact, wrestling or sharing of equipment which translates into getting together in groups of 10 and running at least 1.5m apart without passing a rugby ball between those attending. A bit short of a good session but at least a few more can participate together.
The important thing about any return to play is the NAtional Cabinet meeting on the 8th May, where this will be discussed nationally with an indication that further easing of restrictions would be made at that time.
RugbyWA has circulated a lengthy discussion of steps going forward these included
Return to Play Date
What this means for WA
COVIDSafe App. – RUGBYAU and RUGBYWA encourage everyone to download and use this app.
Return to play protocols.
Club Leader meeting.
The following link will take you to the RUGBY WA news item in full, please take the time to read it, if you have any reasonable questions the email email@example.com and I will have a crack at answering your concerns.
RegardsStay Safe and Well
Bob Somerville | Nedlands RUFC – President
M: 0411 668 780 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Court Reserve, 181 Broadway,
Nedlands Perth, Western Australia, 6009
PO Box 112 Gosnells, W.A., 6990