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28 October 2017
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HOW TO KEEP A RUGBY CLUB INTERESTED DURING LOCKDOWN
Every one of us has accepted the lockdown as positively as possible, discovering ways to keep boredom at bay, our bodies active, all the while staying as safe as possible.
Entertainment and interaction are cornerstones of society and sportspersons across the spectrum have found themselves side-lined in the interests of public safety.
Yet how does a coach keep the interest of players, at the same time maintaining a level of fitness that will allow him to play the type of game he chooses once the league can recommence? How does he conduct fitness sessions at say fifty different locations whereas he would normally have had those players at one venue? The disparity of space available to every player is also a consideration. One may have a property which allows him to complete running laps of reasonable distance, while another may only have his room wherein to train.
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF WPRFU
Following on from the President’s (Mr Cyril Ramaphosa) announcement yesterday, WP Rugby feel it necessary to implement the following measures with immediate effect:
Stop all school’s rugby training and matches until the 14 April 2020 in line with the date as provided on school’s holiday by the President (effectively a Department of Education decision but this would be our directive to our High and Primary School Associations).
Stop all Club / Community rugby training and matches until the 14 April 2020. All players to train on individual bases. Group training to start after that date and leave a two-week reconditioning and training period and start matches on 25 April 2020 until further notice.
WP Rugby will suspend all face to face General Council meetings until 14 April 2020 and will advise on any change of this for the rest of April following any further announcements from the President of SA. It is very likely that all face to face meetings will only resume after April 2020.
False Bay players and coaching staff testimonials acknowledge the benefits of training with False Bay Crossfit
In line with measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19, The Bay Sports Bar and Restaurant will be closed until further notice.