At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Buenos Aires Rugby Union, it was decided to make the return of the competitions official. In Scrum, all the details of the protocol to be followed in the clubs before, during and after the matches.
The Board of Directors made the decision to return to the game and start the tournaments on the scheduled dates and, based on this, carry out all the necessary steps to obtain the necessary permits from the corresponding bodies for this purpose.
In addition to ratifying the dates previously scheduled for the start of the tournaments of the different categories (from April 10 to 24), the announcement states that there will be no public, no changing rooms or lunches or third times.
In conclusion, the upper divisions of First A, B, C and Second starts on saturday April 10th, Meanwhile he Top 12 the following weekend and meanwhile Third and Development on April 24. The day marked for the return to activity of the divisions Youth is he April 18th.
For the start of the season, a protocol was approved that will be presented to the provincial authorities to allow for authorization to return to the game. This protocol incorporates criteria and recommendations that the same authorities have requested in conversations and meetings already held to take into account when requesting that the current resolution on the holding of rugby matches in the Province of Buenos Aires be reviewed.
Taking into account these antecedents, the protocol to be presented will propose that the matches be held fulfilling the following criteria:
1. NO USE OF CHANGING ROOMS: Teams should arrive at the club changed and leave the club after the game is over.
two. NO PUBLIC: the public would not be allowed access to witness the matches.
3. WITHOUT THIRD TIME OR CAMARADERIA LUNCH
Four. FULFILLING THE CLUBS WITH THE PROTOCOL ESTABLISHED BY EACH OF THE MUNICIPALITIES
Once the restart of the competition has been approved, the main objective of said protocol, the URBA Board of Directors will convene a virtual meeting of Rugby Presidents and Captains General to give details and evacuate all doubts that may arise about the development of the season.