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Important Messages re Return to Play for Wairarapa Rugby Clubs

Important Messages re Return to Play for Wairarapa Rugby Clubs

  1. Office Hours
  2. Getting Ready to start training and playing in a few weeks

  1. Office Hours

Our in office will be open from 9am – 5pm each day. To help ensure a safe working environment under level 2, please call ahead if you wish to come in for a meeting.

We are also available by phone, email and zoom if required. Contact details are as follows;

Tony Hargood 0274-738-367 tony@waibush.co.nz
Stacey Puddy 0273-642-542 s.puddy@waibush.co.nz
Cameron Hayton 021-418-835 cameron@waibush.co.nz
Sinead Barrell 027-864-1895 sinead@waibush.co.nz
Samuel Mitchell 021-0844-1706 sam@waibush.co.nz
Peter Debney 027-343-1111 peter@waibush.co.nz

  1. Getting Ready, to start training and playing in a few weeks

NZRU has sent out their requirements for the Return to Rugby and we have assigned a WaiBush staff member to support each club through the 3 phases and sign your club off. (As attached)

Your staff member will be in contact with you from Monday.

Tony Hargood Stacey Puddy Cameron Hayton Sinead Barrell Sam Mitchell Peter Debney
Stadium Trust

Marist

East Coast

Eketahuna

Puketoi

Masterton Red Star

Pioneer

Colleges

Gladstone

Carterton

Martinborough

Tuhirangi

Greytown

Featherston

Referees

WBRU Board members are also available to assist were necessary, so please do not hesitate to contact them directly if you would like additional support.

Tony Hargood

Chief Executive

Wairarapa Bush Rugby Union


NZR’S THREE STAGES OF PREPARATION (DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

Phase 1 Prepare to Train From 14 – 25 May

Rugby clubs work with their Provincial Unions to put procedures in place to ensure all necessary requirements can be met. These include hygiene protocols for people, venues and facilities, requirements for gatherings and contract tracing. No organised rugby training or match activity will occur during this phase.

Phase 2 Prepare to Play (dates to be confirmed, subject to Government advice)

Teams begin pre-season training (including contact training) within NZR’s guidelines and recommendations. This is expected to be a four-week period from 25 May but will be confirmed following confirmation of the government’s requirements for gatherings. Pre-season matches may be played in the final week prior to Phase 3.

NZR recommends Sporty’s iDMe online contract tracing system.

Phase 3 Play (dates to be confirmed, subject to Government advice)

If restrictions on mass gatherings are increased from 25 May, competition fixtures can begin from 20 June.


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