Please remember to get involved with the teams, helping out our Junior Co-ordinators in the skills rounds in order to ensure your kids get the best possible opportunities through this program!
Please remember to wait outside the gates until the courts are clear and have your vaccine pass ready. For those finishing games, please exit the courts as quickly as possible to make our change over between rounds safe and easy. If your child is sick, please stay home as we do not want to risk the health of our staff and schools!
Each session begins with a skills session, followed by a game (this is arranged by the Junior Co-ordinators on the day). Please check here each week for your round information by clicking on the appropriate button to the right. The site will be updated on Tuesday evenings.
At the forefront of our operation has and will always be player safety. We have made the decision to implement a vaccine mandate for 2022. We will require all people aged over 12 years and 3 months to present a vaccine pass.
We will operate two playing sites:
Tacy Street site (accessed through gates on Tacy St)
EBIS Kemp Street site (accessed through EBIS school).
Please click on the specific round information (to the right if on a computer, at the bottom if on a smart device). This will indicate which entry you are require to use to enter and exit the courts. Please ensure you use the correct site entrances.
Masks must be worn by all adults and children in year 4 and above. These can be removed for playing and umpiring.
REMINDERS FOR THE DAY
Absolutely no one should come to the courts if they are unwell or showing symptoms of COVID-19.
Players will need to wear appropriate footwear and have short nails.
We have a very strict no jewellery rule, this includes watches and earrings, please. We cannot let anyone take to court even if they are taped! Remember this is for the kids' own safety, we don't want them getting hurt! (If you've got a medical bracelet, then cover it with sports tape and that is fine.)
No dogs, bikes or smoking are allowed on the EBIS courts.