Recording and Tracing
Clubs must maintain records of every player, official and spectator attending each game of cricket. As such, if clubs ensure that every player and official is entered into MyCricket and selected in the team for that day then the requirement as it relates to players and officials has been met.
Details of spectators attending each match must be recorded and kept for 56 days. If clubs do not record players and officials on MyCricket then they will be required to record details of players and officials must be recorded along with the spectators.
A sample form is available in the Administration > Forms section of this website that can be used to record the details of people attending each game. Once completed, these forms need to be kept by clubs for 56 days.
BNJCA and Clubs are responsible for the privacy of player, official and spectator details that they collect.
The details that need to be collected for players, officials and spectators to meet the requirements of the Field Sports COVID-Safe Plan (and state health directives) are categorised as personally identifiable information and are subject to privacy policies and the Privacy Act.
BNJCA strongly recommend that a form with personally identifiable information should not be 'passed around' for every one to fill out (regardless of what you have seen elsewhere) as this could disclose information that jeopardises personally safety for some people. Please have a volunteer or official collect this information from each person required and make sure that the information collected is not disclosed to anyone other than a person or persons appointed by the club to hold this information.
Approved Industry COVID-Safe Plan - Field Sports
BNJCA COVID-Safe Attendance Form
BNJCA COVID-Safe Organisation Checklist