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Sport Threave Rovers boss says appointment of Covid-19 officer is "most important signing"

11:49  18 september  2020
11:49  18 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Threave Rovers boss Vinnie Parker has insisted that his “most important signing” for the new season is Covid officer Catriona Clark.

He snapped up Catriona, who is also the club physio, to take charge of keeping on top of the protection of players and coaches.

The Meadow Park chief said: “I have made a few new signings for the season ahead but the most important is Catriona to be honest.

“Because if you don’t have a Covid-19 officer in place then you don’t have games and you cannot have training either what with the rules and regulations from the SFA.

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“No officer, no training and no officer no games, simple as that.

“It has taken a long time to get to where we are, like every club, and we want to make sure the players’ and coaches’ safety is paramount.

“That is the top priority and then we can look at everything else from fitness to finance.”

He added: “We have been back training for a few weeks and actually getting contact training was brilliant for everyone involved.

“We have been staging sessions at Meadow Park and also in Dumfries because the majority of the boys are from the town.

“So without Catriona as our Covid officer none of that could have taken place.”

a group of young men playing a game of frisbee: Threave Rovers in training at Meadow Park. © Jim McEwan Threave Rovers in training at Meadow Park.

Catriona, 23, said: “I take the temperature of everyone who comes into the ground or to a training pitch and note down their names and when they arrive.

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“Everything has to be recorded for track and trace.

“I wear PPE (personal protection equipment) from a mask and a visor plus gloves and a cover over my training top.

“I have been at the club for a year and a half now and I’m really enjoying it.

“I also have a physiotherapy business which is based at Meadow Park so the club has been really good to me in providing facilities.”

Players turn up for training in tracksuits and following a session and small sided game they will head for home.

Vinnie said: “There are no showers as per the rules and the lads just put on their tracksuits again and drive home.

“And everyone has to come in their own car. There is still no car sharing so as to maintain social distancing in confined spaces.

“It’s the rules and without them we could not get training done, so we just have to deal with it.”

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