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A shortened season has been under way for 4 weeks. Covid rules apply ie on entry to the Hockey Tweed complex all people other than players must sign in ie record
- the time of arrival along with your estimated time of departure
- your name and phone number along with your email address
- answer questions related to who you are
- answer questions on if you have been to any covid hotspots
After playing your game on one of the turfs spray and wipe down the seats in the dug outs and leave by the gate on the other side of the turf.
All teams are to supply a Tech Official to look after the score cards.
Don't forget to santise your hands before you play. And spectators are to social distance.
Training for this Season
The mantra for Training is:
GET IN, TRAIN, GET OUT
So parents are advised to watch from their cars
A record of who is at training is to be kept ie a hard copy of who is there - an Attendance Register
Small groups of no more than 10 (we are in NSW) with Physical distancing of > 1.5 m
No physical contact ie hand shaking, high fives etc
Do not share equipment
Sanitiser stations will be supplied
Communicate to all members that only the essential partipants should attend to minimise numbers.
R E G I S T R A T I O N for 2020
Most players have registered with the Revolution site and so are right to play - just remember you have to register to play. The next item is to get your invoice for your fees and pay as soon as.
Kingscliff Hockey Club Meeting
The next club meeting in August the date is not known yet.
Kingscliff Hockey Club’s Code of Conduct
The Kingscliff Hockey Club’s Code of Conduct will be
adhered to strictly this year so all players, coaches,
managers and spectators please be aware of it.
This club's Code of Conduct can be read in the above tool bar.
Working with Children
Anyone Working with children has to have a Working with children Identification number or a Blue Card (Queensland based).
A Working with Children Identification number can be obtained from the Motor Registry AFTER going on line to get an application number - go to Rules and Regulations in this Web Site.
You will require an up to date birth cert or licence or passport or medicare card etc
After you have received a WWC send in your details to the firstname.lastname@example.org email address so they can be recorded.
Saturday Night Raffles at The Chinderah Tavern
Restarting with restritions so look to Categories (on the home page) under Events and Fundraisers for information and the current Roster.
Thursday Raffles At The Cudgen Leagues Club.
As the Leagues Club has had problems an exact date as to when these Raffles can return is not known.