Masters XC Squad Day Saturday the 11th

A club cross country squad day for the Clonliffe Masters, men and women has been arranged by the Masters’ coaches to take place in Santry Park on Saturday next December 11 (10.00 to 12.00) . This is part of the preparations for upcoming Masters Cross Country, the Dublin Championships on January 9th in St. Anne’s Park and then the Nationals in Castlelyons, Co. Cork on February 13th. Any master athlete wanting to attend please meet at the clubhouse, please note that the dressing rooms and showers remain closed so come ready to train.

Please all observe the following Covid 19 protocols:

We recommend that coaches wear face masks/coverings.

All athletes to wear face masks/coverings for meeting up/taking instructions and only remove face masks/coverings when training commences.

If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or flu like symptoms or indeed a cold do not attend, self isolate and contact your GP. This applies even if you are fully vaccinated.

If you have had a Covid 19 test and are waiting for the results do not attend.

If you have tested positive for Covid 19 do not attend but you must follow all HSE advise and self isolate.

If a member of your household has tested positive do not attend. You must attend for a test/tests as advised by the HSE and follow all directions of the HSE, limited your movements for the time duration as directed by the HSE.

If a member of your household is waiting for a test result do not attend.

Please observe coughing and sneezing etiquette.

Please refrain entirely from spitting.

Wash your hands before you leave home to come training, bring a hand sanitiser with you, do not press any pedestrian crossing buttons with your hands (that’s what elbows are for!) and if you are stretching do not use a railings or park bench or similar to support you while you stretch.

Do not share drinks, be absolutely careful that your drink bottle does not touch against another athletes drink bottle, do not handle another athletes drink bottle, it is vitally important that cross contamination is avoided.