The BTBA Chairman Martin Webster has spoken about the COVID-19 Pandemic with Talk Tenpin’s Dom Gall.
“What will sport bowling look like in the UK for the rest of 2020 and into the future? As some countries begin to look at coming out of lock down our thoughts move to how the BTBA will deal with things post COVID-19. It is not exactly easy to do social distancing in leagues and tournaments so we caught up with the British Tenpin Bowling Association Chairman Martin Webster for the latest BTBA thinking.”
DG: Sport in general was caught off-guard as the COVID-19 Pandemic began to make its mark. Following Government instructions, we find ourselves today unable to bowl and uncertain of how the sport will look in the future. I am guessing it has been a busy time for the BTBA looking at all eventualities?
MW: It is now 5 weeks into the lock-down and we all continue to cope and adjust to the restrictions of this unprecedented National emergency. Discussions are on-going in many areas with Proprietors and other Associations to keep abreast of current thinking. I would like to personally thank all of our members who continue to stay at home to slow down the spread of this virus and allow our fantastic NHS to cope and save lives…
You can read the rest of the interview on Talk Tenpin by following this link.. (opens in a new window)
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