Little Lions Rules

Training Rules around BRHA back to play

All participants must book a place using the Orfi Active app and payment must be made using the in-app payment or via PayPal before attending the session.

Only 1 adult per child is allowed to attend the session

Rink doors will open at 10:15am.

All adults must have a face mask on at all times in the rink apart from when eating or drinking. (Rink can provide if required)

All adults and children must have their temperature taken by a member of staff on entery.

All adults must use hand sanitizer when entering the rink.

Players must turn up at the rink in their kit but can put skates on in the benched area next to the kitchen area.

If a player requires any equipment please let us know before turning up to the session and we will pull out club equipment to use and give you an area to get changed in before and after training.

Disabled Toilet will be open for anyone to use. If you do use the toilet please let a member of staff know so it can be wiped down.

Parents must stay in the tabled area of the rink or in the bottom half of the rink with face masks on at all times.

When leaving the session you must leave the rink by the green fire doors on the left-hand side of the rink.

If anyone has any questions please contact us via our Facebook or contact us page.
Lions Rules for games and training.

Lions Rules for Little Lions

Little Lions is designed to help give children a basic understanding of inline hockey and progress them through different stages of the game through the age groups.

We will offer games in all age groups + 1 age group up if we feel the player can cope at the age group.

To play in league games and competitions players must own all of their own equipment.

Little Lions is designed for children from the ages 5 to 10 but if a toddler aged 3 and above can skate on their own and will wear full hockey equipment they can also join in this session.

Once a player reaches the age 9 to 10 they will be offered to join our Junior Lions session on a Sunday.

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