The Croquetwest Management Committee has determined that, inview of the latest COIV-19 advice release by the WA Government, all Croquet club based and State competitions can now resume.
The Croquetwest Match Committee are currently reviewing the calendar of events to determine any changes.
It is important to note that other requirements, such as each venue having a COVID Safety Plan, will remain in place.
Commencing 6 June 2020
Phase 3 will see an increase in the number of people at non-work gatherings and additional businesses will be permitted to reopen.
The 4 square metre rule will be revised to 2 square metres per person for all WA venues.
Physical distancing, good hygiene and the 2 square metre rule will apply to all activities permitted in Phase 3.
- non-work indoor and outdoor gatherings of up to 100 people per single undivided space, up to 300 people in total per venue over multiple spaces (100/300 rule)
A message released from The Minister for Sport & Recreation Mick Murray included the following:-
Finally, I would like to make note of the important role volunteers in our sport and recreation clubs will play as we enter Phase 3. Volunteers have long been essential to the operation of our industry across the state, however as we begin to return to normal after this unprecedented disruption of activity, their efforts in enabling clubs to function will be more important than even. I urge you all to make sure the volunteers associated with your organisation know how important and valued they are, as the return to play simply won’t be possible without them.
I hope this latest announcement brings a sense of certainty to you all – and I hope you enjoy the long weekend knowing in little over a week we will see all sports getting back into action.