Pirates back on the field

Training is back with strict protocols to maintain safety.

 Noosa Pirates are back on the field training next week following strict protocols to ensure safety of players.

Senior teams begin training at Tewantin on Tuesday June 16 , with junior teams following shortly after within the week at both Cooroy & Tewantin.

As per the current Stage 2 Covid requirements, there will be a number of protocols that must be followed in accordance with State Government & QRL guidelines. Fields will be divided into seperate zones and we will be limited to 20 players each.

At the moment it is non-contact and sessions will be strictly for 45 minutes only. Updated details will be available on team and club pages, so please stay tuned for updates.

Meetings are to be held with Junior and Senior team staff soon where the final plans and details will be conveyed to them to highlight and confirm all the ‘must dos’ around drop offs zones, playing zones, parking, hygiene etc.

Noosa Pirates General Manager Brett Winkler has asked all players to make themselves aware of the rules, protocols and guidelines as everyone needs to play their part, by assisting and taking responsibility the club is up and running again.”We thank you for your co-operation in advance and we ask for your understanding. It is likely to last only a few weeks though and then we can move to regular contact training.

“We know it has been a long wait for many but this is a big step and hopefully very soon we are back into full swing. Meetings of the Sunshine Coast Rugby League are in progress and planned, so we do not have any finalised plans for the competitions as yet,” Brett said.A final reminder on a return to training that if you, your child, or a family member is experiencing cold or flu symptoms, to please stay away and seek medical advice.

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