Dear members, 25 January 2021
Members are reminded that before having a roll up or playing a club tournament to check the board adjacent to the front door entrance to ascertain which greens are open or closed.
It is also a club requirement that once the temperature reaches 38 degrees no bowls will be played, this is a duty of care responsibility.
Dear members, Tue 1 Dec 2020
As of midnight 30th November 2020, the SA Government has approved the resumption of community sport.
Bowls SA has advised pennant play will resume as programmed. The latest advice from the MBA is that the original scheduled matches (round 9) will played on Wednesday 2nd, Thursday 3rd and Saturday 5th December.
SA Health announced anyone who has visited the below locations 2 days ago during the listed times should seek testing immediately. DO NOT bowl even if you do not have any symptoms, advise the club and isolate until you get your results.
- Big W Brickworks between 12:15pm and 12:50pm,
• Foodland at Norwood between 1:20pm and 2:00pm,
• Kmart at Kurralta Park between 2:45pm and 3:00pm
In the meantime, Bowls SA encourages everyone to continue to follow State Government restrictions and guidelines.
You are legally required to use the clubs QR Code onsite to allow for digital contact tracing, further instructions will be available at the club. If you are unable to use a mobile phone to scan the QR code, a hardcopy contact sheet will be available in side the front door.
Face masks are recommended but not mandatory, if you do not feel comfortable about playing, please advise the club selectors.
Dear members, 20 August 2020
Just a reminder regarding Covid-19, please protect yourself and other club members from contracting this virus.
If you are showing any of the below symptoms, please stay home or consult a doctor. We respectfully request you do not attend the club for any reason until you have tested negative for the Covid-19 virus.
COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.
Most common symptoms:
Less common symptoms:
aches and pains|
loss of taste or smell
a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes.
Andrew Mackenzie, Administration Manager
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