We have been informed that we can have contact training for vaccinated members on 20th September, unvaccinated members must still train in pods of 6. Full leagues commence on 22nd October.
Figure meetings in the Hospitality Suite in the Arena as follows, all must wear masks and maintain social distancing sign all the relevant Covid contact forms available that night. We will have the tables set up to reflect the COVID rules.
Wednesday 22nd September:
7pm: Senior 1 & Senior 2 and Senior 3 & Senior 4
7.45pm: U18(1) and U18(2), U17(1) and U17(2)
8.30pm: Senior 5, U16(1), U16(2) North & U16(2) South
Thursday 23rd September:
7pm: U15(1), U15(2) North & U15(2) South
7.45pm: U14(1), U14(2) North and U4(2) South,
8.30pm: U13(1) and U13(2) (possibly to be split into North and South) U12(1) & U12(2)
Under 11s are non-competitive and can arrange their matches
BI Statement Re Coaching
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We are careful to work in conjunction with data protection guidelines, and will continue to do so. You can be assured that your personal information is stored securely, and that all third-party contracts, were/if applicable, also adhere to the GDPR regulations.
We want to assure you that any information you give us is only used for Dublin Ladies basketball purposes and will not be shared with any third-party, and only your names and mobile number will appear on our website, with your consent, were necessary.
Below is a link to several coaching courses that are coming up. With the new system it is easy to book your place online through the basketball Ireland shop. It will be a requirement to register with Basketball Ireland that you must have completed at least an Intro Coaching Course and a Child Protection course. Just click on link below.
“The DLBB are passionately committed to the development of basketball in the Dublin area. We are proud of the size and strength of our leagues and we have worked very hard to grow our association to its current size in Ireland. Our priority is and will always be the future of the Dublin leagues and we need to continue with our agenda particularly around our underage development programme which competes at national level in the AICCs. As Link agreements are for the development of basketball in other area boards we do not see that they are compatible with our development programmes and therefore we will not be engaging in Link Agreements for the foreseeable future.”
Basketball Ireland has put together a document outlining various items with regard to Child Protection, Garda Vetting etc., with links to the various Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct, etc. Please Click Here to download document