Latest COVID Compliance update for BLTC members

To Bishopstown Lawn Tennis Club Members


Tennis Ireland published the latest version of their ‘return to play’ protocols on November 4th.    As always,  this document can be found on the TI website (link below) and we have attached a copy of same.   Again we would ask that you take time to read this and please feel free to contact any member of our BLTC Covid 19 Compliance sub-committee or main committee if you have any specific questions.   Primary focus here is on Indoor ‘facilities’ so not a lot of changes that are applicable to our Club (when compared to the previous version in late September).   However, based on the current situation with COVID 19 cases increasing on a daily basis within our communities once again,   we would not be surprised if some additional new guidance from Sports Ireland and Tennis Ireland is forthcoming and we will keep a very close eye on this.  


We would ask that our members continue to follow all existing protocols and avoid any complacency.  Please follow good social distancing and hand hygiene practices when playing,  wear face masks when moving around inside the Club House, respect all indoor meeting guidelines and protect yourselves & others.   Online court bookings are still mandatory in line with our own compliance tracking procedures and all correct names must be included in each court booking made through our Club Manager 365 Online booking system.   Where a member invites a guest,  the visitor’s name must be included in the Court booking (via Guest) and the contact details logged in the guest register in reception on the day.   For visiting Winter League teams,  the host Captain should ensure that the visiting team also signs the guest register  


On behalf of the Bishopstown Lawn Tennis Club Committee

Written by BLTC Staff Member

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November 18, 2021

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