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CLONDUFF’S SAFE RETURN 2020

June 22nd, 2020

 

Stay Healthy

Stay Safe

Keep Your Distance

Keep To Your Left

 

Covid-19: Guidelines for a Safe Return to Gaelic Games

CLONDUFF SAFE RETURN TO PITCH POLICY

Overall ethos is to Stay Healthy, Stay Safe, Keep your Distance and
Keep to the Left when Entering/Exiting

ALL PLAYERS (OR IN THE CASE OF JUVENILES, THEIR PARENT/GUARDIAN), MENTORS, ADMINISTRATORS MUST COMPLETE THE E-LEARNING MODULE AND OBTAIN THE CERTIFICATE IN THEIR NAME. This needs to be seen by the Covid Supervisor (a screenshot on phone will suffice) before player can be admitted to the pitch for the first time.  NO CERTIFICATE = NO ADMISSION

ALL PLAYERS (or in the case of Underage Players, their PARENTS), MENTORS, ADMINISTRATORS MUST COMPLETE THE HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE (ON APP) AND SHOW EVIDENCE OF THIS TO THE COVID SUPERVISOR ON FIRST ATTENDANCE. For subsequent attendances, players/parents will be required to sign simple declaration that health has not changed since they completed the questionnaire – Maintain Social Distance whilst signing.
THOSE UNWILLING TO SIGN WILL NOT BE ADMITTED TO PITCH!

Players should arrive no more than five minutes before the scheduled session and leave immediately the session is over. Remember the GAA principle is ‘Get in, train and get out’

The driveway to the club rooms will become a pedestrianised one-way system. All players/parents must park their cars in the top car parks (mentors carrying coaching equipment are the only exception to this rule). PLEASE ADHERE TO SIGNAGE DIRECTIONS

Adult players must not car-share except with own family group. To avoid congestion, adult players are asked to park their cars in the church top car park from 29th June.

All Juveniles must be dropped off and picked up by their own parent/guardian (no car sharing) – parents must not enter or remain at pitch or in the car park during training due to the possibility of congestion. For the drop off/pickup parents should use the club’s two top car parks or the church lower car park.

Parent/Guardian must accompany child(ren) to the entrance to the pitch, sign the declaration and leave immediately following the direction signs. Youngsters must not leave pitch until parent/guardian picks them up at the exit of the pitch. Parents are urged to be on time!

Each of our pitches has two gateways – one for entering, one for exiting.  Sanitising Stations to be placed at each of these. Please sanitise your hands before/after every session.

Each player must bring his/her own water bottle clearly marked with his/her name

Please do not take back-packs or other bags to the pitch.

All players must arrive in their training gear as the Dressing rooms are still out of bounds, showers are not available.

A toilet will be available for emergency use only – Parents should encourage children to use toilet at home before attending session.

From 29th June – 20th July there must be no physical contact with other players, including hand-shake, hug, high-fives, etc – this is liable to change in light of recent RoI Guidelines.

Players, must at all times adhere to Covid prevention regulations regarding coughing, spitting, etc. IF A PLAYER FEELS UNWELL BEFORE THE SESSION PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND BUT DO LET MANAGER/MENTOR KNOW.

Players will be assigned to a group for the training session and must remain in that group until the end of session.

 

Access to all three pitches is gained by ‘keeping to the left’.

If going to the Top Pitch, stay on left footpath until directly opposite the steps before crossing over;

If going to Back Field, keep on left footpath at all times.

Those going to Main Pitch may diverge at Back Field entrance and proceed diagonally across Car Park to Main Pitch entrance to prevent congestion.

Please adhere to Directional Signage!

 

Main Pitch

Players/Parents cars are not permitted as the bottom car park will be a pedestrianised area. Arrive at pitch following directional signs.

When entering the Main Pitch all personnel do so via the gate at the club rooms (left side as you look at the pitch from car park).  Walk up, sign the declaration with the team’s Covid supervisor, use the hand sanitisation station and then wait for instruction from coach and go safely to your designated area of the pitch.

For Parents (not allowed to enter the pitches) leave immediately after signing the declaration for underage players, they must exit the grounds immediately using the concrete path at side of car park using the hand sanitisation station near the scoreboard and return to their cars maintaining social distancing at all times.  There must be no social gatherings in the car park whilst their children are training on the pitches. Parents must leave and return when session is over. GAA guidelines are advising drop offs and pickups for all children.

When Players are leaving, they must leave the main pitch via the gates at the score board (i.e. to your left as you look at the car park from inside pitch), use the hand sanitisation station and return to their parent/their own car using the main gate at top of driveway.  At all times social distancing of 2 metres must be adhered to.

 

Back Pitch

Players/Parents cars are not permitted as the bottom car park will be a pedestrianised area. Arrive at pitch following directional signs.

When entering the pitch all personnel do so via the gate which is closest to the goalposts i.e. to the left as they are looking at the pitch from the car park.  Walk to gate, sign the declaration with the team’s Covid supervisor, use the hand sanitisation station and then wait for instruction from coach and go safely to your designated area of the pitch.

For Parents leaving children to the pitch, after signing the declaration for underage players, they must exit via the car park, following directional signs and maintaining social distance at all times. Use the hand sanitisation station beside the gym and return to their car.  There must be no social gatherings in the car park whilst their children are training on the pitches.  Parents must leave and return when session is over. GAA guidelines are advising drop offs and pickups for all children.

When Players are leaving, they must leave the back pitch via the gate at the Gym, using the hand sanitisation station and return to cars immediately using main gate at top of driveway.  At all times social distancing of 2 metres must be adhered to.

 

TOP PITCH

Players/Parents cars are not permitted as the bottom car park will be a pedestrianised area. Arrive at pitch following directional signs.

When entering the pitch all personnel do so via the gate which is closest to the Scoreboard i.e. to the left as they are looking at the pitch from the car park (up the steps).  Walk up, sign the declaration with the team’s Covid supervisor, use the hand sanitisation station and then wait for instruction from coach and go safely to your designated area of the pitch.

For Parents leaving the pitch after signing the declaration for underage players, they must do so via the concrete walkway behind the goals towards the big gate closest to the road where there will also be a hand sanitisation station and return to their car immediately using main gate at top of driveway.  There must be no social gatherings in the car park whilst their children are training on the pitches. Parents must leave and return when session is over. GAA guidelines are advising drop offs and pickups for all children.

When Players are leaving, they must leave the top pitch via the big gate closest to the road (i.e to their left as they look at the car park), use the hand sanitisation station and return to their cars.  At all times social distancing of 2 metres must be adhered to.

 

Issues of non-compliance must be reported to the Club Executive via the Club Secretary, preferably by the Covid supervisor for the relevant team.  Each full member shall have the right to be heard by the Executive Committee upon complaint or representation sent by him/her/they, in writing, to the secretary.

Guidelines must be followed on a ‘best endeavours’ basis for the Health and Safety of all club personnel.

These Guidelines are subject to change, based on information received from Croke Park via GAA, LGFA and Camogie County Boards.

Further documents and links to GAA Learning Portal will be forwarded as and when they become available.

 

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