We are pleased to announce that we are now extending the use of our facilities to small groups (up to 6 people) in line with government and ECB guidelines. The virus is still a real threat, and it is essential that our members use this extension wisely. Whilst it is not a return to normal cricket practice it does mean that groups of up to six may use a net whilst observing social distancing and good hand hygiene. Our new guidance for member bookings can be found here. Our coaches also now have the opportunity to train small groups as well as 121s within our guidelines which are here. We do hope that our members enjoy this next small step.
We are evaluating how, within the new ECB guidance, some team or age group training may be possible in a series of small groups that do not interact. More on this as soon as we have it.
Update on the RCC Appeal
During lock down we have been concentrating on 3 themes:
Donate to our Appeal
RCC has been the number 1 cricket club on the Pitchero rankings for the past two weeks. This means that people are reading the content that we have been publishing - thank you! However, we are now struggling for content and renew our appeal for contributions from the membership. You can contribute towards any of our themes, or indeed come up with ideas of your own. Please contact Rich Zotov at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help.
Here are the links to our featured series:
We encourage you all to connect to our social media via the following channels:
RCC Quiz - we had 35 different households who enjoyed a fun evening led by quizmaster Steven Deakin. The Stubbs family were the winners of of a package of 121 coaching with Director of Cricket, Adam London
Thank you for staying donating to our Appeal, for staying connected and staying active. We look forward to better and brighter times ahead.
Rich Zotov and Chris Goldie