On Thursday 17 September we welcome back Girls rugby to Baildon Rugby Club and we welcome any NEW players too. We are current on England Rugby’s Return to Rugby Roadmap: Stage D
For ALL training sessions, the club will be following COVID guidelines with sanitiser available in all high traffic areas. Parents/spectators/family members are required to follow the Government’s social distancing guidelines. NGB (England Rugby) guidelines will be followed during rugby activity.
Please note NEW timings/information for Girls training:
- Start: 6pm
- Finish: 7pm
- Girls will be on 1st team pitch, parents to park at top end of car park.
- Entry and exit via half way line gap, do NOT access over railings.
- Seniors/17s will access across the bottom of the 1st team pitch ready for a 19:00 start and park at bottom of car park and cricket club.
We kindly request that all players arrive ready for training (after 5.45pm) and are on the pitch and ready for a 6pm start. We also ask all players to leave Baildon RUFC straight after training has finished, as the senior men/U17s will be setting up for and starting training promptly afterwards.
We kindly request that parents stay on the grounds during the session. All players/parents/guardians will be requested to ‘sign in’. We will also be providing details for membership of Baildon RUFC on the night and a member of the committee will be available to answer any questions you may have.
Please note the following:
- Ladies Toilet – Clubhouse ONLY
- Changing Rooms - CLOSED
- Clubhouse Gents Toilets – CLOSED
- Gents Toilets – Changing Rooms ONLY
As per government guidelines the changing rooms are not in use - these are only being used as GENTS TOILETS at present. The LADIES toilets is in the clubhouse ONLY. Unfortunately, we will not be able to allow parents into the clubhouse during training at this stage.
We recommend all players bring their own drinks and everyone on the grounds strictly adheres to social distancing at all times, whilst not ‘in action’.
We really look forward to seeing everyone and getting back to playing rugby.