BeCOVID Safe

It is fantastic to be able to return to sport. However, COVID-19 does mean there are some new requirements for training and playing. Whether a player, coach, manager, volunteer or parent/carer, everyone is responsible for ensuring the health and safety of our Phoenix Netball Club members and the wider DPNA community.

A requirement for the club to return to training and playing is to have an approved COVID-19 Safety Plan and COVID-19 Safety Coordinator

COVID-19 Safety Coordinator: Renee Izzard
Email: covidsafe@phoenixnetball.org.au
Mobile: 0420 374 141


QLD Govt. have issued a 
Statement of Compliance that recognises our site is operating in compliance with an Industry COVID-19 Safety Plan.

EVA Check In QR Codes

Please remember to check in and check out whenever you attend training or fixtures. Download the EVA app or click on the link to complete your check-in via the EVA website.

FIXTURES  Check-in  Image 
TRAINING FITNESS  Check-in  Image



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Responsibilities for management committee

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Responsibilities for all members

  • Review the DPNA Individual Checklist;
  • Download and use the Australian Government’s COVIDSafe app;
  • 1 spectator per participant only will be allowed at training and 1 spectator per participant allowed at DPNA fixtures for the competitive and non-competitive age groups, with off-court social distancing requirements (1.5 metres) must being met at all times;
  • Don’t come to training or fixtures if in the previous 14 days, you have:
              * Had any COVID-19 symptoms;
              * Been in contact with a confirmed/suspected COVID-19 case; 
              * Been present at a COVID-19 hotspot; or
              * Travelled internationally                 
  • If you have been excluded for any of the above reasons, the clubs COVID-19 Safety Coordinator requires medical clearance be forwarded to covidsafe@phoenixnetball.org.au for your safe return to training/playing.

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Responsibilities for players

    • Review the DPNA Individual Checklist;
    • The motto for training/playing during COVID-19 is "Get in. Train. Get Out.";
    • Maintain social distancing (1.5 metres) off-court;
    • Practice good hygiene, wash hands before and after you play/train, and when you use the restroom;
    • Don’t come to training or fixtures if in the previous 14 days, you have:
      * Had any COVID-19 symptoms;
      * Been in contact with a confirmed/suspected COVID-19 case; 
      * Been present at a COVID-19 hotspot; or
      * Travelled internationally 
    • For training:
                 * Come prepared, bring your own water bottle (two if you need), towel and whistle;
          * Avoid arriving to early. If you do, wait in the car until 5 minutes before training;
          * Gather at designated area to meet your coach; and 
          * You MUST make sure your attendance has been recorded on the attendance sheet.

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    Responsibilities for coaches/managers

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      Responsibilities for umpires and volunteers

      • Review the DPNA Umpire Checklist and/or DPNA Individual checklist;
      • Practice and promote good hygiene;
      • Don’t come to training or fixtures if in the previous 14 days, you have:
        * Had any COVID-19 symptoms;
        * Been in contact with a confirmed/suspected COVID-19 case; 
        * Been present at a COVID-19 hotspot; or
        * Travelled internationally 
      • If you have been excluded for any of the above reasons, the clubs COVID-19 Safety Coordinator requires medical clearance be forwarded to covidsafe@phoenixnetball.org.au for your safe return to training/playing.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      Q. Who is our COVID-19 Safety Coordinator?
      A. Renee Izzard

      Email: covidsafe@phoenixnetball.org.au
      Mobile: 0420 374 141


      Q. Do you have a COVID-19 Safety Plan?
      A. Yes, the club’s COVID-19 Safety Plan has been submitted and approved. Downey Park Netball Association (DPNA) also have a COVID-19 Safety Plan, which ensures the health and safety of players when using DPNA facilities.


      Q. Can I watch my child play or train?
      A. Yes, 1 spectator per player will be allowed at Downey Park for competitive and non-competitive age groups.  1 spectator per player will be allowed at training. To meet off court social distancing requirements (1.5 metres) must be adhered to at all times.


      Q. Have Netball Queensland provided any guidelines?
      A. Netball Queensland have provided a Return to Play Resources Hub.

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