Naturally there were running around like crazy trying to find all of the bugs and similar on their check lists, throwing goosegrass, pine cones and stuff at each other, and generally having a great day out.
Their teacher called them all to stop, sit down and fill out a risk assesment form. I didn't know whether to be appalled or terrified.
It even comes down to things like cycling time trials. The guy running our Open 25 on Sunday had to go out and do a risk assessment of the course - despite the fact that it's adults riding on their own on normal public roads.christ, we're all old now - StackyMcRacky
Seriously, it is better played on grass. No need for everyone to come in after break with gravel rash.