Surrey County Cricket Centres - Getting Back to Training : COVID-19 Protocols

The Surrey Cricket Centre and Ken Barrington Centre are open for bookings.

For further information for each venue protocols, please click on appropriate venue below -

The Ken Barrington Centre, the Kia Oval

The Surrey Cricket Centre, George Abbot School

The Ken Barrington Centre, The Kia Oval

With London moving into Tier 2 Restrictions we will be only able to offer one to one coaching sessions - NO Net Hire

Only 3 lanes will be available to book, the empty lane will be used for net users to put their belongings (no access to changing rooms - come ready to train).

Before you leave :

If you or a member of your household have symptoms of coronavirus however mild, please do not attend the session and contact us on cricketcentres@surreycricket.com.

Arrival and Access to the Indoor Cricket Centre :

All net users will need to come ready to train, there will be no access to changing rooms or shower facilities.

To enter The Kia Oval site will be through the John Edrich Gate. Before 7pm, you may enter through the Alec Stewart Gate.

You will need to check in with security, where they will take your temperature, if your temperature is above 37.5 degrees, you will not be permitted to enter the site or take part in the session.

We ask that if you can please use the NHS app and check in at our location or you will need to leave details with security, who will hold the information for 21 days in accordance with the government track and trace guidelines.

Arriving early - if you arrive more than 10 minutes before the start of your session, you will not be permitted onsite.

Please observe the 'keep left' directions as you walk towards the Ken Barrington Centre.

We ask that you wait at the top of the stairs in a socially distanced manner before going down into the Ken Barrington Centre, once the attendees from the previous session have safely left the hall a member of staff will allow you to enter the Ken Barrington Centre.

During your Session :

Hand sanitiser will be available for all users, they will be located at the entrance of the hall and in the empty net lane. We ask that you use this before, during and after your sessions, breaking regularly to sanitise your hands.

Please do not use saliva or sweat on the cricket ball during your session, there will be wipes available to clean if needed.

All customers must bring their own batting equipment and cricket balls, please do share equipment where possible.

We will NOT be able to provide any equipment to borrow for these sessions.

For multiple net bookings, with players over 18's the "Rule of 6" applies. Players will not be able to mix across different nets, they must stay in their designated net for the duration of that session.

Observe social distancing rules at all times, where possible 2 metres.

We ask all net users to bring along plenty of water / sports drink for the duration of your session.

End of your Session :

Sessions are strictly 50 minutes in duration, once your session has been called to finish we ask all users to end their session and exit promptly. Please exit through the main doors of the Ken Barrington Centre, at the top of the stairs, exit through the fire exit doors to the right.

Spectators :

We will not be able to accommodate spectators in the Ken Barrington Centre or anywhere else onsite.

The Surrey Cricket Centre, George Abbot School

Net Hire and One to One Coaching Sessions are available to book, all bookings will be 50 minutes, sessions will start on the hour.

Only 3 lanes will be available to book, the empty lane will be used for net users to put their belongings (no access to changing rooms - come ready to train).

A maximum of 6 players per lane, any additional players will be asked to leave. (6 players or 5 players and a coach).

Before you leave :

If you or a member of your household have symptoms of coronavirus however mild, please do not attend the session and contact us on cricketcentres@surreycricket.com.

Arrival and Access to the Indoor Cricket Centre :

All net users will need to come ready to train, there will be no access to changing rooms or shower facilities.

We ask that if you can please use the NHS app and check in at our location or you will need to leave details with a member of staff who will hold the information for 21 days in accordance with the government track and trace guidelines.

Arriving early - if you arrive more than 5 minutes before the start of your session, you will not be permitted onsite. Please wait in your car until the appropriate time.

During your Session :

Hand sanitiser will be available for all users, they will be located at the entrance of the hall and in the empty net lane. We ask that you use this before, during and after your sessions, breaking regularly to sanitise your hands.

Please do not use saliva or sweat on the cricket ball during your session, there will be wipes available to clean if needed.

All customers must bring their own batting equipment and cricket balls, please do share equipment where possible.

We will NOT be able to provide any equipment to borrow for these sessions.

For multiple net bookings, with players over 18's the "Rule of 6" applies. Players will not be able to mix across different nets, they must stay in their designated net for the duration of that session.

Observe social distancing rules at all times, where possible 2 metres.

We ask all net users to bring along plenty of water / sports drink for the duration of your session.

End of your Session :

Sessions are strictly 50 minutes in duration, once your session has been called to finish we ask all users to end their session and exit promptly. Please exit from through the designated doors in the hall.

Spectators :

Our viewing areas are closed.

For net bookings, no spectators will be permitted in the hall.

For one to one coaching, only 1 parent/carer can view from the end of the lane.