Earlier this month, Talking Rugby Union interviewed our founding partner Christian Pearce and Neil Holmes, General Manager of the Doncaster Knights.
The Knights were the first club in the RFU Championship to install Gateway Personal Protection Tunnels to protect players and staff when live sports and events return to Castle Park. Here are some of the key takeaways that Neil shared with readers.
“I was thinking about the sanitisation tunnels and we just found Gateway on Facebook! I sent an online enquiry to them and they were very efficient. I have been really happy with the service throughout and the system is working very well. I’ve had a couple of venues ring me, enquiring about it, so we are moving forward.
Nobody can stop COVID-19, but the main priority is to ensure the safety of our players, all our teams, our staff and all of our visitors to Castle Park. We can reassure them, with the systems we have in place, and everyone must use the system on entrance to get into the ground.
The hope is that the sanitisation tunnels will play a major part in getting fans safely back into the stadium to support the Knights in person when restrictions are eased and in line with government advice.
With the feedback we have received so far, I would recommend Gateway 100% to any other club. I can see Gateway being used across the country”.
Read the full article on Talking Rugby Union.
The Gateway Personal Protection Tunnel works like an airport scanner and is available in two formats – Gateway Premier and Gateway Guardian. If you’d like to find out more about installing sanitisation tunnels at your sports venue, please get in touch on 0207 043 0995 or email .