Update from the Dodgers - 21 June 2020

Hello to all Dodgers players and families!

To enable preparations to continue for the forthcoming Winter season, our Club has developed a COVID-19 Safety Plan consistent with the ACT Government's COVID-19 stage 2.2 restrictions, and the most recent advice from Basketball ACT (BACT).

Our Plan contains advice for our coaches, managers, players and parents regarding how we will need to conduct training - please familiarise yourself with the Plan which can be found elsewhere on our webpage and is accessible via this link:

https://websites.sportstg.com/get_file.cgi?id=36750833

In particular, Dodgers coaches and managers will need to study the Plan as there are some clear responsibilities.

Our Venues Manager, Justine, is now drawing on the Plan to finalise arrangements with our training venues. Once this is done in the coming weeks, our coaches/managers (who are currently forming teams) will be able to work with Justine to finalise training arrangements and training commencement dates - so please stay tuned for further developments!

Our COVID-19 Safety Plan will be updated as needed in the coming months to reflect further developments as they occur.

The Club contact point on the COVID-19 policy is our President, Ash Cross, on 0420 536 675.

A big thanks to Dave Russell for putting our Plan together!


Indigenous Grants - applications closing 30 June

A reminder that the ACT Government's / BACT's Indigenous Grants for the upcoming Junior Season will close on 30 June.

You can find more information on applying here:

https://www.cognitoforms.com/BasketballACT1/IndigenousParticipationSupportApplicationForm

Please note that if you have already applied for an Indigenous Grant for the forthcoming season you will not need to apply again - BACT will have your application on file.

We're looking forward to seeing you all on the courts again soon!




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