Please pass this information on as you feel necessary.

Training (Monday & Tuesday)

Cricket ACT strongly recommends all junior and senior clubs cancel training on Monday and Tuesday afternoon/evening.

Cricket ACT High Performance Programs

All Cricket ACT high performance programs that are scheduled to train on Monday and Tuesday have been cancelled.

Premier Cricket Ground Staff

For ground staff of Premier Cricket clubs who are in the process of preparing turf wickets for Thursday and the weekend, the following has been advised.

- Purchase P2 masks from your closest supplier to use while completing work, please send the costs of these masks to Cricket ACT, your club will be reimbursed  for this cost.

- All staff completing work at grounds should look to minimise their time spent outside, please consult the ACT Health Guidelines listed below.

Junior Cricket

The Wednesday T20 competition is currently scheduled to proceed, an update will be sent on Wednesday morning advising whether the schedule games will go ahead. The health and well-being of players, team officials and supports is our highest priority and these fixtures will be cancelled if conditions do not improve.

Konica T20 Competition

At this stage, the Konica T20 round for this Thursday is still proceeding, a call on whether the matches will take place will be made on Thursday morning. Once again, the health and well-being of players, team officials and supports is our highest priority and these fixtures will be cancelled if conditions do not improve.

Community Cricket School Programs

Any Cricket related programs will be decided by the school itself, please consult the relevant staff at your local school.

ACT Health Guidelines

For anyone who requires further information, we advise that you follow the guidelines set out by ACT Health

Guidelines: https://www.health.act.gov.au/public-health-alert/air-quality-update-health-advice

Air Quality Reading: https://www.health.act.gov.au/about-our-health-system/population-health/environmental-monitoring/monitoring-and-regulating-air