Return To Play

Return To Play

Basketball England has produced Return To Play (RTP) guidance to help the sport bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic. This page contains the relevant information and resources that we would like to share with our members. Most of the content - including the term "Return To Play" - are from Basketball England and this page provides links to the Basketball England site - so that as contents get updated, you will have access to the most up-to-date details.


For reference, the Basketball England Return To Play Guidance page can be found here.



  • Before leaving the house for a basketball session, please check parents/careres or players;

    • Do not have a high temperature.
    • Do not have a new persistent cough.
    • Have not got a loss of taste or smell.
    • Have not been in contact with a person with suspected COVID-19 within the past 14 days.
    • Have not been advised to self-isolate due to a third party from another setting that has been infected with COVID-19.
    • No-one within household has COVID-19 symptoms, which would require the whole household to go into isolation as guided by UK Government.
    • Have not returned from a foreign country in the past 14 days that the UK Government requires people to quarantine on return.


                          Individuals must not attend a session if any of the above are true!


  • Advice and procedures while arriving/taking part/leaving sessions;

    • Socially distance on arrival and at all possible times at the venue.
    • Temperature testing and complete a quick screening questionnaire.
    • Enter through designated entrance.
    • Regular organised breaks, to clean hands and basketballs (all sanitising products provided).
    • No shared water bottles and all water bottles to be clearly labelled with the players name on it.
    • Take drinks breaks outside the hall.
    • No handshakes, high fives or other bodily contact.
    • Parents/carers not permitted to attend sessions (with the exception of one parent/carere for very young children).
    • Leave through designated exit.
    • No congregating at the venue after sessions.


  • If COVID-19 symptoms are noticed after a session;
    • All participants (players and coaches) in a session have a responsibility to notify the Club COVID-19 Officer should they get symptoms of COVID-19 within 48 hours of a session.

    • Anyone with symptoms should ask for a test online or arrange a test by calling 119. Test to be completed within 5 days of the symptoms starting.


  • Return To Play FAQs

CONTACT THE CLUB

info@cambournbasketball.org

ABOUT CAMBOURNE BASKETBALL

This site is dedicated to promoting the sport of basketball within Cambourne and the surrounding villages. It provides information on both Raptors Seniors and Juniors so that anyone interested in playing the game can get started.

Copyright @ All rights reserved