Junior Policy's & Procedures

 

Code of Conduct


    • Remember you are representing your Club and you need to set an example to players and parents.
    • Try to resolve any conflict in a calm, sensible manner (when possible in private).
    • Be aware of potential volatile situations at all times and be prepared to deal with them appropriately.

 

    • Abide by the Laws and Rules:- the Laws of the Game and Rules of your Club and the League.
    • Teach the Rules – rules and mutual agreements which nobody should break.
    • Group players competitively.
    • Avoid over playing talented players.
    • Maximise fun – Place winning in perspective.
    • Stress safety always.
    • Consider maturity levels – Devise training programs to suit all.
    • Develop team respects for opponent, umpires and Coaches.
    • Recognise the importance of proper injury treatment.
    • Keep up to date with coaching developments.
    • Attain coaching accreditation and update regularly.
    • Avoid derogatory language based on gender, race or religion.

 

  • Play by the laws and rules.
  • Do not argue.
  • Control your temper.
  • Be a team player.
  • Be a good sport.
  • Treat all players fairly, and as you would like to be treated.
  • Cooperate with your coach, team mates, opponents and officials.
  • Play for fun and improvement.
  • Avoid ugly remarks based on gender, race or religion.

 

  • Encourage participation but do not force them.
  • Teach that the honest effort is the victory.
  • Encourage to always play by the rules and accept the umpires decision at all times.
  • Never ridicule mistakes or yell at a child for making mistakes or losing.
  • Remember, involvement is for their enjoyment, not yours!
  • Remember, they learn best by example – set a good example and applaud both teams.
  • Recognise positively the contribution of voluntary officials, Coaches and administrators.
  • Never publicly disagree with officials. Raise issues privately and in the appropriate forum.
  • Support all efforts to stop verbal abuse particularly regarding gender, race or religion. Ensure disagreements are settled without resorting to hostility or violence.
  • Support your Club officials to foster high standards of behaviour for your Club and the league.

 


Policys & Procedures