Posted – 7th September 2020
New COVID-19 measures for Allus training
- Check for COVID symptoms before training and do not attend if feeling unwell – let your coach know
- £2 subs to cover court costs
- Training will be outside so dress appropriately
- Come ready to play – no changing facilities available
- Sanitise hands on arrival – please bring your own
- Temperature will be taken on arrival
- Balls and bibs will be sanitised at the start and end of sessions
- Now playing to 4ft ball marking rule as opposed to 3ft
- No high fives, hands in, huddles, hand shakes or cheering
- Bring named, full water bottles as you may not be able to fill them
- No sharing of drinks/sweets/snacks
- One-way system for toilets and one at a time
- No spectators allowed at training
- When transporting athletes drop off and pick up in the car park
- On arrival to the car park stay in your car away from the court entrance until the previous group has exited and cleared the vicinity. Your coach will then make themselves visible and wave you in for your session
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by these rules, but it is to keep us all safe. Thank you for your co-operation.
And finally, should training be cancelled at short notice you will be notified via WhatsApp.
New temporary training times (all taking place at Leven Sports Centre until further notice)
Tuesday 15th September:
- 5pm – 6pm – U9/U11
- 6pm – 7pm – U12
Thursday 17th September:
- 5pm – 6pm – U13/U14
- 6pm – 7pm – U16
- 7pm – 8pm – Seniors
Posted – 26th August 2020
England Netball is delighted to announce that the Government has given the green light to accelerate the return of the sport through a modified version of the game. Click here for more information.
Further details will be posted shortly in relation to Allus training and teams.
Posted – 29th June 2020
We hope that everyone is staying safe and coping with all that is COVID-19.
As a club we are keeping abreast of developments through the advice of the UK Government, England Netball and Humberside County Netball.
At present there are guidelines restricting 6 players training together. These include distancing and the handling of balls. We are mindful that we all want to get back to some normality, especially playing the sport we love, but feel at this time that any group training should be done at a distance.
As we have all experienced, things change, and we will be monitoring the situation closely and update you on these changes as they occur. Until then each coach will be in touch with their respective groups to organise or inform them by email, WhattsApp or Zoom with a view to giving them individual sessions and/or drills.
We all look forward to the days ahead when we can train and play netball in a safe environment together.
Take care and stay safe.