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Wymondham 3XV

Wymondham Rugby Football Club is a rugby-focused, volunteer-led and family friendly community rugby club, occupying some of the most prestigious sporting facilities in Eastern England – we are a winning club, fielding teams at all levels and every age group.

Wymondham RFC fields three men's teams, and our 3XV are a highly competitive and very friendly team, with players spanning a wide-range of ages and levels of fitness.

Men's training is from 7pm Tuesday and Thursday evening, at Barnard Fields, and all men, of all and any ability are most welcome to join us. For more information about men's rugby at Wymondham RFC, please email the men's Head Coach, David Brunton.

Returning to Rugby at Wymondham RFC

The following guidance is to be implemented and adhered to across the club, adapted where necessary, by the Head Coaches of Senior Men, Senior Women and Touch, the Director of Youth Rugby and the Co-directors of Mini Rugby.

The club will follow the latest RFU guidance, the current source of which is the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) guidance 'Return to recreational team sport framework' updated 10 July 2020, here.

PLAYERS IN TRAINING

In terms of the RFU's 'Return to Rugby Road Map', here, we are still at Stage B – Small Group Training and, until further notice, this club's training protocol is:

  • there will be no person-to-person contact of any sort
  • arrive at the club wearing your training kit and ready to train (NB. changing rooms and showers are inaccessible, but toilets are available)
  • park in alternate bays, i.e. not next to another car
  • wear gloves or masks or both, if you wish to, but you must to supply your own
  • you MUST bring your own water bottle, and you MUST NOT use anyone else's
  • sanitise your hands on arrival (you will be shown where)
  • make sure that you are registered on the Track & Trace register for that particular session (NB. registers will be taken for every training session, and each one will be kept for 21 days)
  • then join your training group for the session, as directed by your coaching staff

Safety is of paramount importance.

Coaches will determine the nature of the training for each session, but all training will be conducted in sub-groups of no more than six people – five players and one coach – each person within the sub-group being socially distanced from the next person, and each sub-group being sufficiently well-distanced from the next sub-group.

Shouting
There is an additional risk of infection in close proximity situations where people are shouting or conversing loudly. This particularly applies indoors and when face to face. If possible, players should therefore avoid shouting or raising their voices when facing each other during, before and after games.

At the end of the session, all equipment will be placed in sanitiser bins, as directed by your coaching staff, and left outside to dry, and you will be asked to sanitise your hands again.

If you are currently being ‘Shielded' or are in a high-risk group (Asthma, diabetes etc), you may still train, but you will work individually, at a distance of 20 metres from everyone else.

Once you arrive home, you are advised to stripe off and wash your kit immediately, or isolate your kit safely and wash it as soon as you can.

Spectators
Supporters, parents, and other spectators must remain socially distanced whilst attending training, and spectator groups may not be larger than six and spread out, in line with wider government guidance.

Finally, a reminder that safety is of paramount importance and this training protocol is not to be taken lightly. Any player breaking the protocol will be warned, no more than twice, and will then be asked to leave the session.

Updated on 16 July 2020 all other enquiries to intouch@wymondhamrfc.com

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About the team

Wymondham Rugby Football Club is a rugby-focused, volunteer-led and family friendly community rugby club, occupying some of the most prestigious sporting facilities in Eastern England – we are a winning club, fielding teams at all levels and every age group.

Wymondham RFC fields three men's teams, and our 3XV are a highly competitive and very friendly team, with players spanning a wide-range of ages and levels of fitness.

Men's training is from 7pm Tuesday and Thursday evening, at Barnard Fields, and all men, of all and any ability are most welcome to join us. For more information about men's rugby at Wymondham RFC, please email the men's Head Coach, David Brunton.

Returning to Rugby at Wymondham RFC

The following guidance is to be implemented and adhered to across the club, adapted where necessary, by the Head Coaches of Senior Men, Senior Women and Touch, the Director of Youth Rugby and the Co-directors of Mini Rugby.

The club will follow the latest RFU guidance, the current source of which is the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) guidance 'Return to recreational team sport framework' updated 10 July 2020, here.

PLAYERS IN TRAINING

In terms of the RFU's 'Return to Rugby Road Map', here, we are still at Stage B – Small Group Training and, until further notice, this club's training protocol is:

  • there will be no person-to-person contact of any sort
  • arrive at the club wearing your training kit and ready to train (NB. changing rooms and showers are inaccessible, but toilets are available)
  • park in alternate bays, i.e. not next to another car
  • wear gloves or masks or both, if you wish to, but you must to supply your own
  • you MUST bring your own water bottle, and you MUST NOT use anyone else's
  • sanitise your hands on arrival (you will be shown where)
  • make sure that you are registered on the Track & Trace register for that particular session (NB. registers will be taken for every training session, and each one will be kept for 21 days)
  • then join your training group for the session, as directed by your coaching staff

Safety is of paramount importance.

Coaches will determine the nature of the training for each session, but all training will be conducted in sub-groups of no more than six people – five players and one coach – each person within the sub-group being socially distanced from the next person, and each sub-group being sufficiently well-distanced from the next sub-group.

Shouting
There is an additional risk of infection in close proximity situations where people are shouting or conversing loudly. This particularly applies indoors and when face to face. If possible, players should therefore avoid shouting or raising their voices when facing each other during, before and after games.

At the end of the session, all equipment will be placed in sanitiser bins, as directed by your coaching staff, and left outside to dry, and you will be asked to sanitise your hands again.

If you are currently being ‘Shielded' or are in a high-risk group (Asthma, diabetes etc), you may still train, but you will work individually, at a distance of 20 metres from everyone else.

Once you arrive home, you are advised to stripe off and wash your kit immediately, or isolate your kit safely and wash it as soon as you can.

Spectators
Supporters, parents, and other spectators must remain socially distanced whilst attending training, and spectator groups may not be larger than six and spread out, in line with wider government guidance.

Finally, a reminder that safety is of paramount importance and this training protocol is not to be taken lightly. Any player breaking the protocol will be warned, no more than twice, and will then be asked to leave the session.

Updated on 16 July 2020 all other enquiries to intouch@wymondhamrfc.com

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