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The Gnoll Spectator safety

THE GNOLL: SPECTATOR SAFETY

Welcome to The Gnoll the home of the Welsh All Blacks. The safety of the spectator is
an important consideration in staging sporting events and one that Neath RFC
management takes seriously.

We do however need your cooperation in maintaining a safe environment and appreciate your understanding that bags will be searched when entering the ground and other security measures that we may need to implement e.g. asking you to open your coat on entry and/or searching. If you have any concerns regarding security, please speak with a Safety Steward who will report the matter to the Safety Control Room. We also ask that you assist us with the following:

  • Keep gangways on the terraces and in the stands clear at all times.
  • Do NOT go on the pitch except in an emergency or when invited e.g. pitch access at the end of a game.
  • Do NOT leave your children unattended and we ask you to prevent them from running around the ground.
  • When waiting for relatives or friends keep away from entry/exit points to avoid congestion.

SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Before a safety announcement, you will hear a two-tone signal (bing bong); this means a safety announcement is about to be made to either a section or the whole of the ground. Please assist us by following any instructions given either through the PA system or by the Safety Stewards.

MEDICAL PROVISIONS

During each event, Neath RFC provides medical cover for spectators. If you have a problem, please contact your nearest Safety Steward.

GROUND PROVISIONS

Copies of the Ground Regulations are displayed at each entrance and can be viewed here. Spectators who do not comply with these may be refused entry or ejected from the ground.

What CAN’T WE BRING TO THE GNOLL

  • Former Neath lock Alex Codling has been promoted to England's coaching team under Eddie Jones for their summer tour to USA and Canada. He will be in charge of the lineout and joins the England staff after coaching England Under-20s as

  • Now that the WRU have indicated that rugby is back (see below), I sincerely hope that this is the last Coronavirus Newsletter I need to write. It will certainly be nicer to write web-site articles and news about Neath RFC against

  • Matthew Jones has departed The Gnoll to become Bridgend RFC's backs coach. The former Wales international re-joined Neath at the start of the uncompleted 2019/20 season and was just about ready to return from a knee operation when rugby was halted. Matthew

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