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Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: Simba (IP Logged)
Date: 11 July, 2020 12:22

They manage to cover multiple games during the HC weekends so they are able. Just will they?

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: Faithful_City (IP Logged)
Date: 11 July, 2020 23:07

Yes but they have at least 7 days to set up.

In this scenario they have to pack up after the program finishes travel to their next location and set up again every 3 days for at least 2 months.

In my manning logic I donít believe they can possibly cover every game, I think they will cover 4 games each round(8 clubs shown)

JP

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: Garym (IP Logged)
Date: 12 July, 2020 07:39

Quote:
Faithful_City
Yes but they have at least 7 days to set up.
In this scenario they have to pack up after the program finishes travel to their next location and set up again every 3 days for at least 2 months.

In my manning logic I donít believe they can possibly cover every game, I think they will cover 4 games each round(8 clubs shown)

JP

The full game of every match is on the Aviva site within 48 Hours, so it must be possible, just needs scheduling like the football

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: Malvern Man (IP Logged)
Date: 12 July, 2020 09:52

If we are allowed in for any of the games completing the 2019/20 season, will parking permits be valid?

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: kiddykid (IP Logged)
Date: 13 July, 2020 17:00

I have heard rumours that for the remaining 19/20 home games that S/t holders will be allowed in (Covid permitting) but you are unlikely to get your normal seat. Our Sixways capacity is approximately 11,500; I think we have about 4,000 S/T holders, so with social distancing that MIGHT be the way we get to see some rugby. This is would happen at all grounds.
Also, I only found out on Saturday ( many of you may have known beforehand) that the 20/21 season is due to start November 21st - again, Covid permitting.
Does anyone know any different?

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: kiddykid (IP Logged)
Date: 13 July, 2020 17:36

PS. The 20/21 date was from The Times on Saturday.

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: Abmatt (IP Logged)
Date: 13 July, 2020 19:09

I have heard mid Nov from various sources and that is when they are intending to start the lower leagues also.

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: Sheldon (IP Logged)
Date: 17 July, 2020 12:48

Seems that we may be OK for the 20/21 season but not the 19/20 season

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: BantamWarrior (IP Logged)
Date: 17 July, 2020 13:41

Yes - There are no Rugby games in the pilots being held in August (Cricket, Snooker & Horse Racing) so its almost certain we will see out the rest of this season behind closed doors.

To allow fans next season the rules are:

. Fans must agree to a new code of behaviour that includes not attending if they potentially have symptoms of coronavirus or have been exposed to a person who has tested positive;

. Social distancing must be observed in seating arrangements;

. Crowd management plans should be in place, including the controlled entry and exit of fans and one-way systems;

. Additional hygiene facilities should be installed inside venues, particularly at entrances and exits;

. Screening procedures should be considered at stadia entrances.

The "social distancing" requirement will be interesting. Does that mean that Warriors will be limited all season (or at least until Christmas) to just approx 4,000 fans? If so I'm glad I've got my season ticket.

Re: Watching at Sixways
Posted by: Fiver (IP Logged)
Date: 17 July, 2020 14:06

A definite chance for all inventors out there, the beer drinkers face mask.

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