IMPORTANT - VISITORS
All club members and visitors to Nacton Cricket Club are asked to sign our virtual guestbook. This is so that Nacton Cricket Club can track and trace in the event of any player developing symptoms or contracting Coronavirus. All personal data will be removed and deleted after 21 days.
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING FORM PRIOR TO VISITING US OR PRIOR TO PLAYING
Nacton Cricket Club has been following guidelines as set out by the ECB and Suffolk Cricket. Please take a few moments to read the guidelines from the ECB. When you arrive at the ground there will be plenty of signs to follow, but the basic list is as follows
- Come changed - changing rooms will not be open/useable. When you need to pad up, do so at your own vehicle or in a socially-distanced space.
- No food or drink will be available, including water. Please bring your own.
- Please bring your own hand sanister, if possible. There will be plenty around the pavilion but it will be easier if everyone has their own.
- Please bring your own chair, if you want to sit down! The normal chairs will be kept (locked) in the pavilion.
- Anyone scoring - pens and the controller will need to be wiped down every time scorers change over.
- Toilets will be one in, one out. All toilets/urinals/sinks used will need to be sprayed/wiped down when each individual has finished. (Spray/wipes/sanister will be provided).
- Spectators very welcome but will need to watch from the boundary edge in socially distanced groups of no more than six. If they visit the pavilion for any reason, they will need to sign in using the book on the scorers' table.
- Playing rules - no saliva or sweat on the ball; batsmen must run using the lines provided; ball must be returned directly to bowler, not around the field; social distance where possible, except wkt and slips who can be 1m+; hygiene break every six overs to clean the ball (fielding captain) and sanitise hands.
- Umpires - must not handle ball (ball is kept on the ground during break or fall of wicket); they're the only ones who can handle the bails.
- MOST IMPORTANT - if you or anyone in your household has any COVID symptoms, please don't come to the ground. Contact the NHS and get a test!
Please may we make sure we are following all the rules? They're nothing particularly new but we'll be being watched on Saturday and so let's not give any reason to be moaned at! More info below - have a read through and then let's use some common sense and play cricket!
NCC Covid Risk Assessment
A more detailed risk assessment compiled Nacton Cricket Club can viewed below:
For more information contact a member of the NCC Committee