Stage 3 Training Protocols
Rules of Returning to Training as of Monday 1st June, 2020
PRIOR TO TRAINING:
Training can only commence when the club has fulfilled the obligation of a Government Mandated COVID Safe Plan. We will be aiming to have this done over the weekend – However, you will be notified once you can commence training. Those who have training scheduled on Teamstuff for next week, be aware that if we haven’t fulfilled our obligations trainings will be cancelled until we have done so.
Mandatory education briefings in advance of training returning for all players/coaches/staff/officials at every club to outline protocols.
SANFL Communication – Any league/club official (including coaches) responsible for the conduct of training, match day operations or any other relevant activity should undertake it online via link below: https://www.health.gov.au/resources/apps-and-tools/covid-19-infection-control-training
The above covid-19 infection control training needs to be completed by all involved in training, prior to commencing training. If this has not been done you cannot train! Please send completed certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org
There is to be no more than 20 players in a group. If you have more than 20 you will need to roster off the extra players each week. This can be done in Teamstuff.
We will not be undertaking temp checks, but if a player looks unwell they are not to train they are to go straight home. – We will still need you to check off all players attending as stated above.
The oval will be set as three zones (with only three teams training at a time – with staggered start times) Southern End (Southern Goals – 50m Zone), Middle Oval (Middle section of the oval), Northern End (Northern Goals – 50m Zone).
You are not at any time allowed to move your designated zone – even if no other team is on that zone. Each team will have a training in front of goals, if you have been giving a second training it will be in the middle of the oval). You will receive a new training schedule asap.
You are allowed to have up to 4 people (coaches, assistance) help with training – however, we would recommend that you keep this to 2 people where possible for each team.
Hygiene protocol’s remain the same as Stage 2:
Hand sanitiser will be available for each group and will need to be used prior, during and after training sessions.
Stringent hygiene practices need to be applied at all times. These would include washing or sanitising of hands prior to the commencement of training, in-between drills that the players have made contact with equipment i.e. footballs, and after training has finished.
Regular and thorough handwashing or sanitising throughout training
No sharing equipment without appropriate cleaning protocol
No hugging, shaking of hands or high fives – no contact of any kind.
Contact training is allowed, but must only be when running game simulation drills or competitive work, players are to remain 1.5 social distancing at all other times.
All equipment used i.e. footballs are to be sanitised prior and after use, all of the hygiene equipment will be stored in the medical room at the club – coaches can grab this prior to training and return after their training session.
If any equipment is to be used it can only be used by that team until training has ended. It will then need to be thoroughly cleaned within the protocols stated in relation to hygiene. Prior to use and after use. DO NOT RETURN THE EQUIPMENT WITHOUT CLEANING IT WITHIN THE HYGIENE REGULATIONS.
There is to be no sharing of equipment between groups. No players are to go from one group to another during training sessions.
Players are to come ready to train and once training has ended to leave the club immediately to allow for the next group to commence. It is Get In, Train, Get Out.
There is to be no sharing of towels, water bottles or food.
Social distancing at all times will need to be applied allowing at lease 1.5m between each player.
There will be no use of the clubrooms, trainers/medical room, changerooms or equipment outside of your footballs and cones until further notice.
Monitoring of respiratory symptoms (even if mild) in all players.
Covering mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve during coughing/sneezing
If you are showing any symptoms of cold, flu or anything else DO NOT come to training
Recommend members to download the Australian Government COVID-19 contact tracing app COVIDSafe.
Please remember at all times to keep to these rules, anyone not keeping to the above mentioned rules will have trainings cancelled.
There is not to be anyone hanging around waiting for access to ovals, training to start or to be picked up at the end of training – while waiting at any time please keep your 1.5m social distancing and remember these rules are here for us to return to games so please do your best. If you have any questions or are unsure of any of the above or attached documents please contact one of the following:
Girls Football Director: Danielle Robran email@example.com
Boys Football Director U16.5 – U12: Micah Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Football Director U11 – Mini’s: Craig Herrmann email@example.com
YOU NEED TO BE AWARE OF THE Sanctions from the SANFL and Community Football League’s
Clubs which are either warned or fined by Police for breaking an enforceable direction as set by the Police Commissioner, Grant Stevens, will be sanctioned by SANFL Community Football by way of a fine or suspension.
Current enforceable directions are available on the SA Police website - https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/emergency-declarations/emergency-declaration
The principles of social distancing remain unchanged and everyone must make every effort to keep 1.5 metres away from each other and not exceed the density requirement of one person per four square metres.
It is an offence to breach this direction.
COVID-19 UPDATE 18th May 2020
Important information prior to starting training
Hello to all of our players, parents, guardians, caregivers, and members.
With the return to training from Monday 18th May, 2020 for some teams with level 2 restrictions in place, there are a number of things we need you all to be aware of when coming to training, while training and when leaving training.
What you need to know:
• When arriving at Training please maintain your 1.5 social distancing at all times.
• Please check in for your temperature check – keeping your social distancing while waiting.
o The temperature checking stations will be on the club room side of the oval located where you will be training.
• Trainings will be conducted in groups of 10 players – your location for training will be displayed on Teamstuff along with your allocated group.
• You will keep your 1.5 social distancing at all times during training. Sanatising equipment will be available and utilized throughout training.
• Players will stay in their group for the whole training
• Coaches will remain with the same group for the whole of training
• You will need to arrive at training ready to train. As the club will not be open, the public toilets will be open if required.
• When training is finished, coaches, club officials and players must leave the groups and training track immediately so that the next group can start training. Due to social distancing rules we must “get in, train, and get out”.
• We do ask that parents and guardians not stay to watch training unless you are in your car or keeping your 1.5 social distancing measures at all times. You will not be allowed out on the oval while trainings are commencing.
• We ask that there only be one parent/guardian/career per child when dropping off and picking up (no siblings please)
• Regular and thorough handwashing or sanitising throughout training
• No sharing equipment without appropriate cleaning protocol
• No hugging, shaking of hands or high fives – no contact of any kind.
• There is to be no sharing of towels, water bottles or food.
• Social distancing at all times will need to be applied allowing at lease 1.5m between each player.
• There will be no use of the clubrooms, trainers/medical room, changerooms or equipment outside of your footballs and cones. The public toilets should be open and available.
• Covering mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve during coughing/sneezing
• If you are showing any symptoms of cold, flu or anything else DO NOT come to training
• Recommend members to download the Australian Government COVID-19 contact tracing app COVIDSafe.
It is also recommended that everyone take the online training course listed below:
• Mandatory education briefings in advance of training returning for all players/coaches/staff/officials at every club to outline protocols. These have been conducted with the coaches that are approved to training at level 2 restrictions as not all teams will be training until the next level is allowed.
o SANFL Communication – Any league/club official (including coaches) responsible for the conduct of training, match day operations or any other relevant activity should undertake it online via link below:
PLEASE BE AWARE:
• Penalties are in place if we breach the rules & protocol:
SANFL Juniors have been told direct by SAPOL that they will be monitoring this across all levels of sport including football. Clubs which are either or fined by the police for breaking an enforceable direction by Police Commissioner, Grant Stevens, will be sanctioned by SANFL Juniors by way of a fine, suspension or removal from the competition.
Current enforceable directions are available on the SA Police website -
There has already been a soccer club that has been sanctioned for a breach in social distancing, please remember all of the above mentioned rules associated with training taking place.
We appreciate your help and support at this time
Henley Sharks COVID-19 UPDATE - APRIL 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic evolving at a rapid rate, we as a club are following the latest guidance from the Adelaide Footy League and SANFL Juniors. We are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of players, members and our local community. Both the Adelaide Football League and SANFL Juniors have suspended all competition until May 31st with a tentative new start date proposed for the second weekend of June.
With player membership, registrations and any fees that we have received for the 2020 season the committee are currently reviewing the situation and will be communicating information to all its players and sponsors in due course.
As a club, we have taken the step of cancelling/postponing ALL trainings, trial games and club events until Monday 4th May, at which point we will reconvene to reassess the situation for our club. This includes all junior and senior trainings, all trial games, all Auskick sessions, and all club events.
This decision has not been made lightly, but we are confident that we are acting in the best interests of our members, players, supporters and the broader community and have made this decision after consultation with all the necessary evidence regarding best practice at this time. The welfare of our players, members and community is the foremost priority in our minds at this time.
We encourage all our club community to stay safe and to reach out if there is anything we can do to help lend our support over the next few weeks.
For further information regarding the Henley Football Club please direct your questions to our Senior Secretary via firstname.lastname@example.org
Henley Sharks Executive Committee