RBC, like most organizations, has had to adapt its policies and procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. RBC has implemented a comprehensive COVID-19 operations plan and expects all players, coaches, parents, umpires and visitors to abide by the rules and regulations set forth in that plan. Failure to do so could be deemed a violation of RBC's codes of conduct and could lead to discipline in the discretion of the RBC Board of Directors.
Importantly, all players and coaches must complete a health screening form prior to participating in any game, practice or event on an RBC sponsored team (both travel and recreational) or at any RBC facility. This includes all players and coaches from other towns and organizations playing an RBC travel team at RBC's fields.
Links to RBC's COVID-19 Operations Plan and the RBC COVID-19 Health Screening Forms are below. Players on RBC teams (both travel and rec) must complete the RBC COVID-19 Health Screening Form for RBC Teams. Players on visiting travel teams playing at an RBC facility, must complete the RBC COVID-19 Health Screening Form for Visiting Teams.
RBC 2021 COVID-19 Operations Plan (updated May 17 2021)
RBC COVID-19 Health Screening Form for RBC Teams
For instructions regarding the Health Screening Form, please click HERE.
RBC COVID-19 Health Screening Form for Visiting Teams
For instructions regarding the Health Screening From for Visiting Teams, please click HERE.
RBC COVID-19 Policy on Play After Out of State Travel - Updated May 17, 2021
Effective May 17, 2021, New Jersey removed all restrictions on interstate travel. As a result, RBC currently has no prohibitions on play after out of state travel. RBC will continue to communicate with the Bernards Township Health Department and monitor NJDOH guidance and changes to our travel policy will be made accordingly.