Temporary Court & Booking Rules from May 13th, 2020
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE COURTS OR BOOKING A COURT
The following rules are to be followed as of the 13th of May 2020, until further notice.
i) Singles only WITH one exception – if you are playing with only members of one household, in which case you can play doubles, but you must all be playing – no spectating or taking turns
ii) Both courts pre-bookable in the short term. This will help to maximise court time for the largest number, and allows us to easily contact anyone who has played/is booked for tracking as appropriate. Please clearly write your first name and surname when booking.
iii) Courts only eligible if all players are paid up members (reduces pressure on courts & ease of tracking)
iv) Only ONE name entry for a pre booked one hour slot per week – ie name only appears once each week (in practice this means one person can legitimately book for 2 hours once a week – one hour in their name – the other in their partner’s name). They can play additionally if there is capacity – which is likely given membership is starting from scratch, they just cannot book more initially (we will monitor that and relax as appropriate). If you are from one household only TWO of you can book ONE hour per week (so you can also only pre-book a maximum of 2 hours /week initially. Again this may be reviewed, depending upon demand.
v) No coaching. social or group sessions until further notice
vi) Do not pick up balls from the neighbouring court but ask someone from the other court to kick the ball back. If this is not possible for any reason, please be sensitive to their game and be vigilant in observing ample social distancing. Remember they may be breathing heavily, so more than 2 metres is appropriate.
vii) Keep all equipment separate, to the side of the net (on either side of the 2 courts, but not in the middle)
viii) No sitting or congregating by the bench
ix) No more than 4 people in total on the 2 courts at any one time – so no waiting for a game etc (with the one exception of one family unit – however, they cannot sit on the bench and take turns – they must play together or leave the court altogether). x) Maintain social distancing at all times on ourt
xi) Please apply an alcohol based anti bacterial gel before entering the court/booking a court, and after leaving (the club cannot guarantee providing any as it cannot be kept securely)
xii) No visitors on court at all – NO GUESTS allowed – ONLY paid up members
xiii) Members playing may be asked for their membership details. Please co-operate accordingly
xiv) Please under no circumstances give anyone else the keycode. This advice is not new – but especially important in these times.
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