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COVID-19 GUIDELINES UPDATED: 25th February 2022

Dear Members, Players and Parents,

Following the health guidelines presented by the NSW Government the following COVID safety rules are being alter from midnight 24th February 2022:

• Face Masks will no longer be compulsory to enter, spectate and exit the venue. However, we encourage to wear masks to keep your fellow patrons safe.
• No Limit on spectators for all competitions, sport events and casual bookings.
• No QR Code sign in required.
• Exit will no longer be from the back of court 1. The entry and exit will return to be through the main entrance and foyer of the stadium.
• Canteen numbers inside no longer limited, but please coordinate line up to go around the edge of court 2 towards court 1.

If you are feeling unwell and displaying COVID symptoms we please request to remain away from the stadium and complete an antigen test and record a negative result before deciding to return to the stadium.
We thank you for your patience and following all our guidelines over the last two years.

Take care and stay safe
Christian Gobolos
Chief Executive Officer


Dear Members, Players and Parents,

I would just like to forward via email the communication that was published on the BBA Facebook and Website. Please communicate this with all teams as we approach the beginning of the junior competition.

With the update of the COVID-19 Guidelines and Restrictions,  the Associations position is as follows:
• QR Code registration upon arrival, please ensure this is done as you enter the stadium.
• Face masks are mandatory in the stadium when entering, spectating and leaving the stadium. Players can remove while competing in games. It is important to note that players aged 12 years and over are required to enter the stadium with a mask.
• Encourage spectators to social distance while inside the stadium
• Unvaccinated community members are welcome into the stadium to compete or spectate.
• Junior Competition – One (1) spectator per child and siblings are allowed

The Association will no longer initiate a bio-safety officer at the front entrance to protect staff members from potential infectious visitors. While the staff will police face masks, we are requesting patrons take self-responsibility to their own safety, health practices and respect for other patrons by wearing a mask as much as they can. Also, once your game has finished to exit the stadium immediately via the doors at the end of court 1. This will eliminate potential cross infection of time periods of competition, and will also allow enough social distance spacing for the next group of parents to spectate.
Thank you for your abiding by the Association's COVID safety requests and we hope you stay as safe as possible.
Christian Gobolos
Chief Executive Officer


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