Measures have been put in place to ensure associations, clubs and teams are abiding by WA State Government requirements.
- GAMES: Spectators are allowed – There is no maximum number of persons that may attend community sport in an outdoor space however, MASK wearing is recommended where social distancing is not possible.
As per SMNC protocols for TRAINING, only players and club officials to attend.
- Hygiene requirements remain. More details in the sections below.
- NO Sharing of food is permitted! This includes lollies and oranges.
- Follow advice provided by the WA Health Department to respond to symptoms, close contacts and testing requirements.
Players (parents) to advise attendance (via Heja app) to each weekly Training Session and Game.
NO PERSON is to attend training if they are sick, have a fever, feel unwell, or experiencing symptoms such as a
cough, sore throat, fever, fatigue or shortness of breath and seek medical attention.
The coach should be notified immediately of any of the above.
Players need to bring their own water.
Coaches and Managers
Managers, Parents are responsible for ensuring that their SMNC Players are recorded as attendees of Training and Games via the communication app Heja. Please follow up if this is not done.
Alcohol based hand sanitisers are available for all teams at training sessions and games.
These will be provided by the CLUB – Game or Training bags.
All equipment and goal pads to be sanitised with anti-bacterial solution/wipes or alcohol-based sanitiser –
before and after use.
Physical contact between players can occur including, defending, small sided games or match simulation at training.
Netballs can be shared and bump bags, weights, etc. can be used.
High fives huddles, handshakes or other physical contact should be avoided.