As we are preparing for the upcoming Baseball and Softball Spring Training, we continue to closely follow government’s and governing bodies’ advice on Covid-19 (Coronavirus).
At the moment there is no rationale to close or cancel sporting events and we intend to play and offer kids the opportunity to be outdoors, get active and have fun.
We do however ask you to follow these guidelines when at the Scrubs:
- Refrain from unnecessary contact (e.g. shaking hands)
- Do not touch your eyes, nose, mouth
- Wash hands thoroughly and frequently, or in absence of water, use hand sanitizers
- Cover your mouth and nose with a disposable tissue or with your arm, not your hand, if you cough or sneeze
- Immediately throw away tissues or other used materials such as plasters into appropriate containers (Catch It, Bin It, Kill It)
- Do not share drinks from the same bottle or glass, or food
- Do not share catcher’s masks
Needless to say, if the player(s), a family member or someone they have been in close contact with feel unwell or have flu-like symptoms, a cough, fever or difficulty breathing, or have travelled recently to Category 1 or Category 2 regions (as defined by the government), please do not attend our Spring Training.
We will continue monitoring the situation and official government up-to-date information can be found here:
Unless you hear from us, we look forward to seeing you by the astro turf football pitches inside the Linford Christie Stadium next Saturday March 14 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Please note Spring Training is meant primarily for our competitive leagues (players aged 9 and up) as it helps us assess players ahead of the season’s start on April 18.
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