The purpose of the reference documents listed on the site is to provide guidance for the safe resumption of cricket activities that includes training, playing, and travelling in domestic levels. This documents offers guidance on how members can return to play alongside the resumption of outdoor activities of the sport once permit to use the facilities has been issued. These guidelines shall be reviewed along with National and Local government regulations and guidance which should always take precedence over these guidelines. The guidelines are relevant to domestic cricket/community cricket and applies to all participants.
The document is subject to all provincial emergency orders, advice and recommendations of public health authorities, municipal by‐laws or other requirements, and requirements of facility owners. If there is any conflict between this recommended guidelines and other requirement of public health authorities, municipal by‐laws or requirements of facility owners, these other requirements prevail over these guidelines.
This document will be periodically updated as the provincial situation continues to evolve. As revisions are made, the current version of the document will be located on the Cricket Ontario website
NOTE: No cricket activity- training or match play – shall start until permitted by the province and the local municipality.
The reference documents list, Please click on the link to access the document
- Cricket Ontario Guideline – Resumption of Play V1.4
- Cricket Ontario waiver-Team consent Form -V1.2
- Cricket Ontario waiver – Player consent Form -V1.2
- RETURN TO SPORT-FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Club Risk Assessment and Mitigation Checklist Tool, Appendix B (1)
- Cricket Canada Return to Play Plan
- COVID Safe Sport Coaches Certification Program (Free) by Australia Coaching Council (Recommended to Take the course)
- ECB Guidelines