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    Posted: 24 May 2020 at 22:06
I was wondering how we could prepare to get ready for the restart with measures to combat the virus.  With my Thursday evening buddies in mind.                                                                  1) A yard of ale to be replaced by 2 metres of ale. Any more ?





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A boat race 2 metres apart. 
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All London clubs have been given permission to drive to DMP to train
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+1 for MB.

More importantly the stage two advice permits elite players to commence one on one tackle drills following a suitable risk assesment.

Elite seems to mean professional and EAP players.
I am not sure if it includes semi-pro - but I am sure that is at our discretion.

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