Liverpool CC Recreational Cricket COVID Risk Assessment

COVID checklist


For everyone using the Cricket facilities at Liverpool Cricket Club;

Here is a summary of the Government Guidance from 12th April 2021

Self-assess for COVID-19 symptoms prior to leaving home and to not attend if symptomatic but follow NHS and PHE guidance on self-isolation

Be aware of the increased risk associated with taking part in cricket activity

Be aware of the advice to comply with public health restrictions and avoid high-risk behaviour outside of the cricket setting

Junior players should report to their coach so that a record of attendance can be kept. Adults should check in using the Test and Trace QR codes on the nets

Social distancing and good hygiene practice should be maintained at all times at the venue

Adhere to legal gathering limits before and after cricket activities and to act responsibly to limit transmission risk wherever possible

It is your choice to participate in a modified version of the game and there is a need for them to comply with COVID-19 measures

People with health conditions that put them at increased risk should consider the risks of participating in cricket activity and the requirement to shield when applicable?

Limit the time spent congregating at a venue before and after the cricket activity

Changing rooms will be closed (with limited exceptions for disabled persons) and that players should arrive and go home in their kit

Bring your  own food (including tea) and drink and water bottles should be clearly marked with the owner’s name and not shared

The Rule of 6 (or as a group made up of two households) should be observed off the field

Sharing of equipment must be avoided where possible

Please respect the adaptations to playing conditions (such as hygiene breaks)

No sweat or saliva should be applied to the ball


Further information in the following links


Playing plan summary

Roadmap out of Lockdown – which outlines what can be done when.

Grassroots sports guidance for the public and sport providers.

Meeting with others safely (social distancing).

Face coverings

NHS Test and Trace: how it works

Maintaining Records for NHS Test and Trace

Restaurants, pubs and takeaway service