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BRFC – Return to Training Update – June 2020

Blaydon RFC – Return to Training Guidance – 8th June 2020

The RFU has issued guidance on what we can and can’t do as we start to return to being able to train in a restricted form. There will be a slow progression back to normality dependent on government guidance. As a club we want to encourage our members to stay fit and maintain interaction with the club and their fellow players.

In order to do this we have undertaken a Risk Assessment (RA) and developed mitigating actions to look to ensure the safety for both players and coaches.

Club Responsibilities & Actions:

In line with RFU Guidance the club will:
• Brief all coaches on the RA and ask them to sign to say they will manage the session in line with the RA
• Social Distancing (Currently 2 metres) should be maintained at all times
• Training is allowed in groups of no more than 6, and if under 18 one of those 6 has to be a coach.
• Up to 4 groups of 6 are allowed on the pitch at any one time, maintaining separation from the other groups present, with the field clearly separated into sections.
• Washing of hands and/or use of hand sanitiser before, after and at regular intervals is essential. All coaches will have hand sanitiser to allow the session to take place.
• Sharing equipment or balls should be kept to a minimum and the equipment should be cleaned before / after each session, including cones.
• A first aider should be present at all sessions but the first aider should stay 2m away unless absolutely necessary. First aider should have PPE including gloves and face mask
• There should be a 15 minute gap between each session finishing and the next session starting to allow for safe access and the cleaning / removal of equipment.
• The use of toilets should be kept to a minimum but if necessary use of hand sanitiser should be used when entering and leaving the toilets / clubhouse.
• Entry and separate exits for the AGP will be clearly identified by signage.
• The club should be notified of all sessions, with a list of who attended

Player Responsibilities:

• Anyone who is looking to train should perform one of the following:
o complete a consent form and hand/submit to coaches
o send an email to Contact@blaydonrfc.co.uk Subject: Blaydon RFC – return to training guidance – 8th June 2020
o Click following link and ‘approve’ within (Online link currently not available yet)
Above advises you have read this club guidance and will comply. Under 18s need their parent/parents to sign the consent form.
• You will be issued a group to train in along with 5 other people – this will be decided by your coach and will relate to fitness/position played. Once you have been allocated a group you can not change it
• You should only train in this group scenario once every 24 hours
• Each player should wash their hands for a minimum of 20 secs. or use hand sanitiser before, after and at least once more during the session.
• You should arrive ready to train as there are no changing facilities
• All players and coaches should bring their own water bottle and should not share that bottle with anyone else.
• Unless asked, you should bring nothing else onto the pitch

Any breach of any of the above will result in a player or players being asked to leave the session and abstain from subsequent sessions until coaches and safeguarding officer are comfortable that there won’t be any re-occurrence.

An update on the Youth Section’s return to training will be posted soon. You can either email the club or print and sign a copy of the document, the online option is expected to be available after the weekend. If you need a copy of this form then please do not hesitate to contact the club. Regards BRFC

U15 Girls Team Jan 20

Historic First for Blaydon Youth Section

Another historic first for Blaydon Youth takes place this Sunday at Billingham RFC, where 8 or our fantastic U15 Girls squad are taking part in the County Durham U15s Girls Rugby Trials.

Most of the squad have only been playing for 12-18 months’ and this recognition shows how much effort, enthusiasm and immense determination the girls have put in. A special thanks should also be given to the coaching team, Damien, Paul Foster, Paul Vinnicombe, Chris Millican and Tim Murphy for their passion to get a girls team up and running at the club.

The club wishes Georgia Grey, Georgia Donnelly, Millie Sampson, Grace Johnson, Emily Bambrough, Zara Lawrence, Erin Beyer and Rebecca Howell all the best for Sunday. #pumpthecrow

BRFC U15 Girls

Women’s Rugby returns to Blaydon RFC, Supported by RFU Inner Warrior Programme

Starting Saturday 11th January 2020, 10am to 11am at Blaydon RFC on the AGP

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Blaydon RFC are among the local venues targeting their latest initiative at women in the hope of encouraging more of them to become involved in sport – or, to be more exact, rugby. Blaydon RFCs are hosting camps early in January and inviting women to attend free rugby fitness sessions aimed at unleashing their “inner warrior”.

 

Come along and give it a go, whilst traditionally seen as a man’s game, the emergence of England Rugby’s Warrior Camps for females three years ago has since seen around 18,000 women and girls develop a love for the contact sport.

 

To see more details on the Inner Warrior programme and to book your slot, follow link below:

Details of the Programme – Inner Warrior

 

BRFC U15 Girls

Blaydon U15 Girls Secure Historic Win at Kingston Park

Blaydon U15 Girls 47 – 10 Gateshead U15 Girls

The U15 Girls team recorded their first ever win over a strong Gateshead side at Kingston Park.

We had 20 players turned up for the match and every single one of them contributed to a fantastic win. Its difficult to pick out the good points as there was so many today, our breakdown work was first class, our scrummaging was powerful, our running lines and more importantly our support play was amazing. We’ve kicked on so much in the last few weeks and today was a just reward for all the effort they have put into training (Summary from Chris Millican).

Girls rugby at BRFC is going from strength to strength, with more players turning up each week, Damien, Chris, Paul Foster and Paul V started the team about 18 months’ ago with a handful of players. The coaching team has now expanded with Jenna Dale looking after the U13s. If you know of any young girls who would like to give rugby a go please get in touch and join this incredible squad.
#rugbyfamily #brfc #englandredroses

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