Covid Regulations (IMPORTANT)
The government has allowed us to play based on the 80% rule that states that as long as we can ensure players that are 16 years of age and older are double vaccinated, we can begin the competition. Those under 16 can play regardless of their vaccination state once we are at 80%. Those who chose to not get vaccinated and are 16 or older cannot play until after December 1st 2021, (they can still register). This means you cannot showup to the fields or play, until Round 4. This will be checked. We are building a system to allow you to upload your certificate and will email the request as soon as possible. Please ensure you upload your certificate before the 12th of November. To get your certificate please follow these instructions.
To define it simply:
- Players or spectators who are turning 15 or younger this year (2021) are ok to play or watch unvaccinated.
- Players or spectators who are turning 16 this year (2021) or older are to upload their Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate once we email you access to do this.
- Players or spectators who are turning 16 this year (2021) or older who are not double vaccinated by the 12th of November cannot play or be at the fields until the 6th and 7th of December, Round 4 (those that have a medical reason to not be vaccinated, must provide evidence).
Please note that if the comp does not go ahead, refunds for those paying with a credit card will be minus a $5 transaction fee that our bank incurs. Those using the Active Kids voucher for payment will be advised when the government advises us as to how it should be handled.
Registrations Open: June 21st 2021
Registrations Close: October 12th 2021
Individuals can register and be placed by the Club in a team. If you and a friend want to play together, there is a field on the registration form for this information.
Juniors (U18s): $100incgst to play (use the ActiveKids Voucher)
Seniors: $110incgst to play
Monday (40 minute games)
Start from 6pm
8-9s COMPOSITE (Any mix of 6 male and/or females + reserves)
10-11s COMPOSITE (Any mix of 6 male and/or females + reserves)
10-12s FEMALES (6 Females + reserves)
12-13s COMPOSITE (Any mix of 6 male and/or females + reserves)
13-15s FEMALES (6 Females + reserves)
14-15s COMPOSITE (Any mix of 6 male and/or females + reserves)
Mixed 30+ (3 males and 3 females + reserves)
Mixed 40+(3 males and 3 females + reserves)
Tuesday (40 minute games)
Start from 6.30pm
16-17s COMPOSITE (Any mix of 6 male and/or females + reserves)
16+ FEMALES (6 Females + reserves)
Mens Open (6 Males + reserves)
Mixed Open (3 males and 3 females + reserves)
Managers Collect Playing Kits: TBA between 12pm and 1pm only at Hills Centerary Park, Rouse Hill.
Round 1 November 15th and 16th, 2021
Round 2 November 22nd and 23rd, 2021
Round 3 November 29th and 30th, 2021
Round 4 December 6th and 7th, 2021
Round 5 December 13th and 14th, 2021
Round 6 January 17th and 18th, 2022
Round 7 January 24th and 25th, 2022
Round 8 January 31 and February 1st, 2022
Round 9 February 7th and 8th, 2022
Round 10 February 14th and 15th, 2022
Grand Finals (no semis): February 21st and 22nd, 2022
Please always check in to our QR code found at the entry of the grounds.
Below and in our resources section are our COVID-19 infection control guidelines for Rouse Hill Rams Touch Football. Everyone involved in community sport activities play a role in slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Participating in Rams Touch
People should not participate if they:
- Have any cold or flu-like symptoms, even if mild
- Have travelled overseas or been in close-contact to a person with COVID-19 in the preceding 14 days.
- Have visited any Covid Hotspots identified by NSW Health or travelled to Melbourne
- Ae at a greater risk of more serious illness if infected with coronavirus, including:
- People aged 70 years and over
- People aged 65 years and over with chronic medical conditions
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over the age of 50
- People with compromised immune systems.
Attending Rams Touch
Only essential people should attend, in line with the National Principles for the Resumption of Sport and Recreation. This includes:
- Coach or manager
- Committee members
- One parent or guardian of children, (no siblings) per family
Practice social distancing at community sport
- Game times on the hour. Leaving 15 mins between each game. Teams to leave fields and grounds swiftly. Next timeslot to arrive 10-15mins only and to wait until grounds are cleared before entering.
- When watching or attending a game, keep a distance of 1.5metres between yourself and others.
- Maintain social distancing around canteen and BBQ areas
- Access will be restricted in referee’s room to officials and essential staff.
The risk of transmission of COVID-19 can be minimised by:
- Team members and anyone attending the grounds should practise good hand hygiene at the start and end of each game when possible. Use soap and water to wash hands when they are visibly dirty or using hand alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Alcohol-based hand sanitizer will be provided in prominent places around the event including change rooms, toilets and canteen.
Promote good cough and sneeze hygiene:
- Cver mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
- Bbins are provided please and put used tissues in the bin straight away
- Wash hands with soap and water after sneezing or coughing
- Use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available
- Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean