Bradford on Avon Cricket Club - COVID-19


Please Read!

Please read the updated guidance on cricket below, BoA CC have put in measures in line with the ECB and Government guidance, whilst there will be a fews change, the game will remain pretty much the same, we have highlighted some specific rules regarding the club house below which currently impacts us the most.

You can read the full part 4 update here

Participants who are vulnerable can check here 

You can view our risk assessment here

BoA Cricket Club encourage all participants to report any infection of their household to the NHS Test and Trace system following use of the facility to limit the spread of the virus (section 3): trace-how-it-works.

Participants should follow UK Government guidance on best practice for travel, including minimising the use of public transport and limiting car sharing (found here).

Captains are responsible for all persons on site following the rules, the home captain is responsible for explaining all the rules for the away team

Upon arrival, the captain will open the changing rooms up and open doors and windows, then clean any door handles touched and sanitise his own hands. Door handles should only be touched when closing toilet doors, quickly followed by washing and sanitising hands

The kitchenette is out of bounds except for accessing the first aid kit

Please follow the signage in the pavilion at all times

There will only be 2 people allowed in the pavilion to use the toilet, 2 people in on a one in one out basis

Hand sanitiser to be used when entering and exiting the pavilion

In the event of rain, please head to your car. The away team must split half between the changing room and the dining room staying 1m apart 

All Home Team kit must be stored in your car

Away team must store there kit in the home changing room, away players are allowed 1 in 1 out before play 

Arrive and leave in your whites, the changing rooms are used for storage only and access to the toilet.

Bring your own packed lunch - No more team teas

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