CCC Updates, News (West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association)

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CCC Updates
Submitted By Ryan Smith on Friday, October 23, 2020
Please note that the CCC will be making some adjustments effective October 24.

NO SPECTATORS will be permitted into the CCC from October 24-26 into the Pond, Bowl, and talking track.

Please click "Read More" for more information about the changes going into this weekend

Due to changes in procedures at the Cobourg Community Centre effective Saturday October 24, 2020 the following will be implemented:


  • No SPECTATORS for Saturday October 24 through Monday October 26, 2020.
  • All teams will be required to ACTIVELY SCREEN prior to entering the Cobourg Community Centre
  • All coaches will be required to complete the Active Screening-Minor Sports Organizations.  This document along with the team roster will be required to be handed in at the time of entrance of the Cobourg Community Centre.
  • All teams will be required to enter the Cobourg Community Center together as a team.  We will be unable to allow team members that have not been actively screened by their coach into the facility at this time.

All teams must enter the facility together to ensure that active screening has been completed. This active screening procedure has been communicated to coaches

Those 13+ will continue to be able to dress in the rooms in their allotted time slot (15 minutes prior) at this time.  The CCC will be reviewing the age of dressing in the rooms but at this time it will remain 13+.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation with these new guidelines going into the weekend at the CCC!

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