RTP: LS Guidelines 29th August

Return To Play: Lacrosse Scotland Guidelines

Effective: 24th August

Here are the latest Lacrosse Scotland guidelines. We have worked with sportscotland to get the best outcome that we could, so please follow the guidelines to the letter. Short term frustration or disappointment is a lot better than the alternative. Let’s keep each other on track – no silly moments, however tempting. 

The guidelines are long, but you must make sure that you are aware of their content. The changes have been highlighted in yellow so you can find them more easily. 

Tracking Attendance

You must gather details of all attendees at training / games (section 14) – please use the Attendance Tracker form below as this will enable us to track all members e.g. if people attend a performance and development weekend and then club training (or vice versa) we need to be aware of attendees at both events and the best way to do this is for everyone to use the form below. The data is stored centrally in one place should we need access to it and it can be maintained / house-kept in line with government guidelines. It is crucial that we do not all keep separate records as this makes tracking incredibly difficult and a lot slower. 

COVID Officers

Every club and national squad must have an appointed COVID Officer. If you have not already done so, please provide their details to Mason (use the button below). 

Lacrosse Scotland Board COVID Point of Contact

Mason Robbins is your point of contact for COVID questions / advice in relation to RTP. If in doubt ……… ask. 

Stay safe & well everyone ………. and enjoy being able to meet friends and play some lacrosse.